You can connect Windows PC audio applications with Virtual Audio Cable (VAC), routing audio signals between them. You cannot relate Electric (analogue or digital) cables to traditional hardware audio devices (CD/LP player, FM receiver, equalizer tool, amplifier, etc.). VAC gives a set of virtual audio devices named Virtual Cables. To connect, you can select playback, recording endpoints, and destination applications. Without audio hardware, VAC performs signal transfer completely inside the PC. There is no quality loss, and no volume control is involved.
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Source application produces digital audio signal via digital-to-analogue converter then through an electric cable, then analogue-to-digital converter, and lastly recorded by destination application. In case of connection, double digital-to-analogue and analogue-to-digital conversions are performed, and audio quality is degraded. Stereo Mix behaviour is similar to the VAC feature of hardware audio adapters. It would be best if you had functions such as “Stereo Mix” in Vista/Win7/8/10.
- No audio hardware required– You don’t need either built-in or external audio hardware (sound adapter/card) for digital audio transfer. Audio hardware is necessary to record signals from external sources or to hear the results. Without an audio adapter (card) on PC, you can still use VAC to record audio signals produced by testing audio broadcast on a virtual server.
- Control panel application– VAC enables you to change several Virtual Cables, cable settings, view VAC driver, and watch for cable/stream activity.
- Device-to-device audio transfer– VAC devices helps you to organize application to application audio transfer only. Use the Audio Repeater application to perform endpoint to endpoint transfer. It’s included in the product package.
- Driver-based solution– This driver needs to be installed with administrator norms. This driver is off the kernel-mode module. In windows, VAC represents the lowest- level audio layer being a WDM/KS filter. Any upper-level layer can successfully use it. For example: KS-aware applications, WASAPI and ASIO wrappers, and so on.
- Comprehensive user manual -Free trial VAC user manual package is available on the download page. The manual details are useful for a better understanding of the product and for using it correctly. Read the user manual, and you don’t need to install the trial version to open. Download the ZIP archive and see the contents. Double click on the file by name “VAC.” You can recognize it by a question mark.
How to download and install Virtual Audio Cable on PC-
- Click on the green button on the first page.
- Scroll the opened page till you get the Download Links box. All the official download links for Virtual Audio Cable is available in this box.
- Choose your installer accordingly and click on its link.
- You will be directed to the official download page, or it will start instantly.
- After the download is complete. Double click on Virtual Audio Cable setup to start the installation.
- Click yes for confirmation. Stick to the instructions provided by the app.
- If you don’t know what to choose then leave it to the default options.
- Wait till the installation is complete. Click on the finish after the installation is successful.
How to download and install Virtual Audio Cable on Mac-
- Set-up SoundFlower. It comes with an easy to use installer for Mac OS.
- After installation, jump to Mac’s sound preferences. Look for input audio devices. Set the SoundFlower to input.
- Bundle your output devices are utilizing Audio MIDI Setup.
- Bundle your output devices by clicking on the ‘+’ button. Click on “Create Multi-Output Device.”
- Select the devices and make sure to select Build-In-Output as a master device.
- Lastly, check the output level for the SoundFlower device and make all sliders at maximum. You collapse the new multi-output device. That’s it.