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Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by 006, Jul 14, 2011.
Anyone know how to do this?
A workaround would be to send the channels you want to a free output of your interface, then connect a cable from that output to the input skype defaults to.
That's what I do.
Try this: http://jackosx.com/
^ looks like it may work, but I cannot figure out how to make Cubase show up in it. Skype shows up but not Cubase.
EDIT: Ok got Cubase to show up by selecting Jack as the driver in Cubase, but the "routing" window in Jack is fucking retarded... still can't get Cubase's audio to be Skype's input.
^ tried that, didn't work either.
you need to open soundflowerbed and choose the output and then on the system preferences set the default output to soundflower, otherwise it won't work. Also Jack works just fine if you use it as VST plugin
Where is the JackOSX VST?
Anyone knows how to do this in a PC?
the simpliest way is to use two interfaces. Skype only recognizes inputs. Cubase is a return.
You could take 1/8" cable from interface headphone out to internal audio line in.
Skype is mono so you could route output 3 of your interface to input 3 (doesn't matter which) use the sends in Cubase to go to to out 3.