Loopback is a great tool for anyone working with audio on the Mac

Rogue Amoeba’s Loopback for macOS is a useful tool for enabling audio routing between applications and audio devices on your Mac. In just a few clicks, you can easily pass audio directly between apps.

Loopback's virtual audio devices will be instantly familiar to those who've used the open-source tool Soundflower in the past, but Rogue Amoeba’s app offers more. It can capture audio from just one app — or a whole set of apps and devices, all with just a few clicks to configure.

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Loopback is a great tool for anyone working with audio on the Mac, from podcasters to gamers, Internet radio hosts to regular folks chatting via Skype. Here are just a few examples of what Loopback can help you: play audio to all podcast guests; create screencasts; combine multiple hardware devices; live stream a podcast; and record gameplay videos: 

Loopback requires macOS 10.9 or higher, with a free fully-functional demo version available on the Rogue Amoeba site. While in trial mode, the quality of audio passing through Loopback's virtual devices will be degraded after 10 minutes. Loopback costs $99.

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