Application that can internally route soundcards for windows
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    Default Application that can internally route soundcards for windows

    Hi guys.

    Does anyone know of an application that could internally route audio from different soundcards? But for windows

    For example you have 2 soundcards playing 2 different bits of music and you want to route them to different applications or to the SAME application.

    Like Soundflower for mac.

    Let me know.
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    JACK AUDIO, they make it for windows, mac and linux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlvrDragon50 View Post
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    asio4all does not route... it runs drivers

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    Isn't he wanting to aggregate them? I thought ASIO4ALL lets you aggregate the sound cards into one sound card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlvrDragon50 View Post
    Isn't he wanting to aggregate them? I thought ASIO4ALL lets you aggregate the sound cards into one sound card.
    yes, but he wants to send the audio to 2 diff programs... running it along side asio4al may help, but jack should do it

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    Yea but aggregating it all into one sound card and let both applications access that sound card. You can route the sound that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlvrDragon50 View Post
    Yea but aggregating it all into one sound card and let both applications access that sound card. You can route the sound that way.
    i guess so

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    Quote Originally Posted by calgarc View Post
    JACK AUDIO, they make it for windows, mac and linux.
    http://jackaudio.org/
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