Soundflower equivalent for Windows (audio routing between programs)?

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I recently read an article or forum post listing a few of these programs (might have been o the latest SOS), which are able to route audio between different programs on Windows. I can't recall the names of these programs though, so I wonder if someone could help me out here? I'm particularly looking for a free solution.

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Jack is one ...

http://jackaudio.org/jack_on_windows

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Cheers!

I took a look and at a first glance the Jack seems very complicated and I couldn't get it to work. I'm basically looking to route output from Reaper into a teamspeak-like program's input, and I'd like to do it as simply as possible. :)

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Thanks. It's not free though, and has some reminder voice playing back every now and then so I can't really use that. :(

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Jack is a little tricky to set up - that's a fair point - but what you want to do is inherently technical in nature, so there isn't really a "press button a to re-route audio" solution, unfortunately.

Take some time to read the docs and give Jack a shot. It works well ...

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ZenPunkHippy wrote:Jack is a little tricky to set up - that's a fair point - but what you want to do is inherently technical in nature, so there isn't really a "press button a to re-route audio" solution, unfortunately.

Take some time to read the docs and give Jack a shot. It works well ...

Peace,
Andy.
Well.. Soundflower works like that :) just a virtual audio driver which I can use for routing. But I'll take a second look at Jack and try to figure it out.

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I use Sounflower quite regularly. Jack is basically doing the same thing but an extra level of configuration is required because of the way Windows handles audio drivers.

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One time I installed Jack into Sandboxie, and when opening plugins in Savihost, Jack ASIO was in there, seemed like it worked that easily.

http://vb-audio.pagesperso-orange.fr/Cable/index.htm- This is a new free one, haven't tried it myself.
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RunBeerRun wrote:
http://vb-audio.pagesperso-orange.fr/Cable/index.htm- This is a new free one, haven't tried it myself.
Just installed this so that I could record speech samples from net broadcasts into Reaper. Works just fine. Simple. Free. A little meddling with Reaper and windows preferences delivered just what I was needing.

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