Thanks to Loopback and Rogue Amoeba for sponsoring this week! When I first tried out Loopback I was immediately astounded by what it could do for me. With my current audio setup — two external audio interfaces with a combination of 8 inputs and 6 outputs — routing was a necessity. A few virtual Loopback devices and I haven’t had to think about what was going where ever since, whether in Skype, Zoom, Logic, or just listening to music. Not to mention routing for audio in all my apps (including my bootstrapped Stream Deck soundboard). I’m a very happy, very impressed user.

With Loopback, it’s trivial to pass audio from one application to another on your Mac. Need to play a recording into Zoom? Add sound effects into a podcast? Include music in a streamed event? Loopback gives you the power to do just that with just a few clicks. It’s like a high-end mixing board, right inside your Mac.

Loopback creates virtual audio devices which merge audio from multiple applications and input devices into a single source. These virtual devices appear on your Mac just like a real, physical device, and can be selected for use in any audio app on your Mac. It’s incredibly powerful.

Fortunately, it’s also incredibly easy to use. Loopback’s intuitive wire-based setup makes it easy and obvious to understand exactly how your virtual devices work. Configure, adjust, and experiment, just by clicking and dragging.

Whether you’re a podcaster, a live performer, a tabletop gamer, or even just someone stuck on too many Zoom calls, Loopback can help you.

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