The product sold at this website- www.totalrecorder.com – captures and records all the audio output generated on Windows machines. I’d seen it in the past and they were using a “virtual driver” method similar to the “virtual audio cable” product that has been mentioned on this list. This method installs a “phantom driver” which captures the audio and then sends it to the real driver for playback. However now they have an option on Win 7 and Vista machines to use a “kernel mode filter driver” method instead of the virtual driver, so you don’t have to select their phantom drivers in your software applications to capture the audio. Playing with the demo version it appears to work pretty well. I didn’t think this was a supported method of operation on Win7 and Vista machines, did they implement this by making some unsupported modifications to the audio system or can it be done without making unsupported mods? The installation required a reboot so I’m wondering if some special mods were done to the audio system files to make this functionality possible. Paul T.