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Roshani Champika
Roshani Champika

Loopback 2.1.1

Loopback 2.1.1: A Powerful Audio Routing Tool for Mac

If you are looking for a way to pass audio from one application to another, or combine audio from multiple sources and make it available anywhere on your Mac, you might want to check out Loopback 2.1.1, a software developed by Rogue Amoeba.

Loopback is an application that lets you create virtual audio devices, which are essentially software-based mixing boards that can capture and route audio from any source on your Mac. You can use Loopback to do things like:

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  • Record audio from multiple applications or input devices at once.

  • Create podcasts, screencasts, or live streams with professional sound quality.

  • Play audio from one application through another, such as sending music from iTunes to Skype.

  • Combine multiple microphones or other input devices into a single audio source.

  • And much more!

Loopback has a simple and intuitive interface that lets you create and configure your virtual audio devices with ease. You can add as many output channels as needed, then drag and drop sources and monitors to connect them with virtual wires. You can also adjust the volume levels of individual sources, monitors, and devices, as well as customize the channel mapping and device settings.

Loopback 2.1.1 is the latest version of the software, released on April 14, 2023. It includes some great enhancements and improvements, such as:

  • An optional dark theme that matches MacOS's new Dark Mode.

  • Better handling of physical audio devices, especially USB input devices that lack unique identifiers.

  • CPU optimizations for the level meters.

  • Interface improvements on disabled and selected items.

  • Compatibility with MacOS 10.15 (Catalina).

  • And more!

If you want to learn more about Loopback and how it can help you with your audio needs, you can visit the [official website] or read the [blog post] announcing the new version. You can also download a free trial version of Loopback and try it out for yourself. The trial version has some limitations, such as adding noise to the audio after 20 minutes of use, but it will give you a good idea of what Loopback can do for you.

Loopback is a powerful and versatile tool that can make your audio workflow easier and more efficient. Whether you are a podcaster, a screencaster, an audio technician, or just someone who wants to have more control over your audio, Loopback is worth checking out.




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