A software tool that allows users to transfer audio files from one application into another
Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows ME / Windows 7 / Windows 98 SE / Windows 2003 / Windows 2000 / Windows Vista / Windows 98
What is Virtual Audio Cable, I hear you asking? It's a nifty little program that allows you to both record audio from one app to another as well as transfer audio files between applications.
As anyone who's worked with audio files before can tell you, it can be really challenging to transfer sound. Virtual Audio Cable makes it so much easier.
How does it work? It pops up like an audio device whenever you're using an app and allows you to export the audio into the program. After, you can input it into another application.
The best part? The quality of sound is perfect, allowing for the absolute purest sound when transferring as possible.
This is definitely perfect for those of you who want the most possible control over your audio transfers and exports. Though not impossible to figure it out, this program is recommended for users who are more familiar with audio transferring. This is largely due to the incredibly bare-bones interfacing and incredibly limited information targeting new users.
This is perfect for users with experience in audio production and recording. To those who are familiar with these kinds of programs, its flexibility is breathtakingly refreshing. As an added bonus, you can transfer sounds from and to multiple sources without it slowing down or lowering the quality of your audio. This is one of the many reasons that both professionals and up-and-comers alike tend to use it.
Keep in mind, if the applications you plan on importing from don't support custom audio output, you'll find yourself completely out of luck.