[icecast] Dummy soundcard driver for Windows (OT)

Stefan Neufeind stefan at neufeind.net
Mon Jun 9 12:10:37 UTC 2003

For Linux I don't know. If your using Windows you could have a look 
at TotalRecorder I guess. Well, it's not free - but maybe this hint 
helps you a bit.

btw: Running one WinAmp (for input) with several outputs you mean? 
Get WinAmp classic (2.x) and take a look at the "dsp stacker". Maybe 
that's what you want. You can have multiple DSP / Output-plugins at 
the same time, set the order of the plugins etc.

On 9 Jun 2003 at 15:29, Ross Levis wrote:

> We want to setup multiple streams using multiple copies of
> Winamp/SQRSoft crossfader/OddCast.  We are guessing that somewhere
> between 16 and 24 streams may be supported on one dual-processor PC.
> However, rather than sending the output of all the streams to a
> soundcard (which may cause problems?), I thought it should be possible
> to send the output to a dummy soundcard driver.  I was sure one
> existed but I can't find one searching the net.  Any ideas.
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