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Soundflower for PC(windows)????

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by redbort, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. redbort

    redbort Active Member

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    I used to be on Mac, but I've switched over to a Windows PC

    what is avaliable for Windows that does internal routing?
    similar to Soundflower which is Mac only...
    any ideas? i can't find anything

    you know what i mean? http://www.cycling74.com/products/soundflower

    It acts like a "fake" internal soundcard/mixer

    this is a super handy tool
    what is avaliable?
     
  2. casper

    casper Guest

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    Yes its called Rewire. It was first seen in Rebirth by Propellerheads. Now it is found in most popular audio programs. Its used to connect audio through different applications.
    You can find more about it here
    http://www.kvraudio.com/wiki/?id=Rewire

    External signal routing will be like the mac via a software mixer that comes with your audio interface.
     
  3. redbort

    redbort Active Member

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    both programs need to support reWire for it to work... i


    the signal routing is mainly from stand alone software (that don't support rewire) that is running inside my computer that i need to route to my multi-tracking.

    when i ran soundflower it showed up as an input/output along with my motu inputs/outputs...
     
  4. redbort

    redbort Active Member

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  5. casper

    casper Guest

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    Now I understand, you want to connect standalone and non-rewire apps to your multitrack program. Thanks for sharing that link I didn't know there was a way to do this.
     

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