wow, that looks promising !
Just to make sure, as I didn't found it explicitly stated on your web site:
Does your product also allow mixing with the loopback device ?
The setup would look like this :
------ Stereo out
Application <-- Virtual MIC <-----|
------ Hardware MIC
Although my employer told me to avoid third-party components if possible, I'll
try and talk to him.
For me, it would be great if I could use some already existing product.
(in contrast, it will probably take me months, to develop something similar by
myself from scratch...)
Would it be possible for us to license/buy just your driver for integration
into our own product ?
I'll let you know, if that is a possibility for us.
[mailto:wdmaudiodev-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Vincent Burel (VB-Audio)
Sent: Freitag, 12. Juni 2015 18:34
Subject: [wdmaudiodev] Re: Expose multiple Audio Sources as a single virtual
Yes it's possible, and this is what Voicemeeter application (and banana
version) already do, you can test it right now (it's available on
For information, we are currently testing VoicemeeterRemote API that will allow
any application (programmed in any language) to take advantage of Voicemeeter
- it means the audio device aggregation : for example to be able to
mix several USB mic with Skype and Spotify...
- it means the application inter connection : to connect any
application together and manage conference call with different VOIP
Since we are currently in private testing for the VoicemeeterRemote.dll, feel
free to contact me if you can't wait (it will be released in July).
De : wdmaudiodev-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:wdmaudiodev-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
[mailto:wdmaudiodev-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Thomas Terhaar
Envoyé : vendredi 12 juin 2015 17:42
À : wdmaudiodev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:wdmaudiodev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Objet : [wdmaudiodev] Expose multiple Audio Sources as a single virtual
my employer asked me to research the possibility of a very specific task:
Is it possible to write a driver that takes multiple audio signals (at least
2), mix the audio signals and expose the result as a single (virtual)
A bit of background :
We have created a web-based video-chat platform where a web site visitor can
initiate a video-chat with an advisor to discuss things.
The functionality to start a video-chat is embedded into the web site of our
customers (Telecom providers, Banks, Insurance companies,... to name a few).
The Audio/Video streaming stuff is handled by a Flash module or WebRTC when
One of our customers now wants to do the following :
The advisor gets a call from a web site visitor, they start talking.
The discussion becomes more specific and the advisor wants to consult a
colleague/supervisor by calling him over a SIP-Softphone.
The web site visitor should be able to follow the discussion, so we somehow
have to be able to route the audio from the SIP-Phone to the customer over the
The gotcha here is, the SIP-Phone typically doesn't offer any kind of
audio-device, it receives the audio over the network and renders it directly to
So the driver I'm envisioning should have the following abilities :
- Take an audio input device (typically a microphone from a headset)
and the default audio-output device (loopback) as input
- Mix the signals
- Expose the result as a virtual microphone that can be selected in
Flash and WebRTC-enabled Browsers as input,
so the customer receives the mixed signal from the advisors (and also himself
because of loopback; that's an issue I'm aware of)
Is this possible at all ?
I'm working (mainly) as a C# developer (with some C/C++ background) but I have
ZERO experience regarding Windows driver development,
so any hint on where to start is much appreciated !
Just finished downloading the WDK and the Samples-Pack, can you recommend some
examples to have a deeper look into ?