What is virtual sound driver?
Virtual audio devices represent the filter graphs that render and capture audio content. The system audio driver (SysAudio) uses the available hardware and software components to determine the filter graphs to build. For more information about the system audio driver, see SysAudio System Driver.
What does virtual audio do?
Virtual Audio is a new process of encoding audio in three dimensions, passively or interactively. Virtual Audio requires no special decoding equipment and provides a very accurate model of our hearing process. Virtual Audio is so accurate that the listener cannot distinguish Virtual Audio recorded sound from reality.
How do I listen to Virtual Audio Cable?
Go to your System > Sound options and select “Device Properties” for your microphone. Next, click on “Additional Device Properties”. Then, click the “Listen” tab. Check the box for “Listen to this Device”.
How do I set up vac?
- Install VAC 4.0x as per the installation directions.
- Once installed, set up a pair of VAC audio “cables” for use with PowerSDR by opening the VAC Control Panel.
- By default only one audio cable is defined.
- Start up PowerSDR version 1.6.
- Click on the Audio tab and then click on the VAC tab.
How can I set my computer audio as a microphone input?
Go to Control Panel and choose Hardware & Sound. Then click on Manage Audio Devices and then Recording. Next is to allow Stereo Mix and set it to the default mic.
How do I use Virtual Audio?
To use it, right-click the volume icon in your system tray and then click the “Sounds” command. Switch to the “Playback” tab of the Sound dialog box. You should see a new “CABLE Input” device on your list of speakers and headphones. Select it and then set it as the default.
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