Archive for January 16th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

Loopback from Rogue Amoeba is the modern equivalent of an audio engineer’s patch panel. Loopback lets you route audio on your Mac to and from multiple apps or audio devices you may have connected to your Mac. In addition to routing audio signals, Loopback can combine multiple sources, and even reassign audio channels, in just about any way you wish.


Screen shot © Coyote Moon, Inc.

The first time you launch Loopback, the app will need to install audio handling components. After the audio components are installed, you’re ready to use Loopback to create your first audio device.

I know many of you are concerned when an app installs components deep within the Mac’s operating system, but in this case, I haven’t seen any issues. If you decide not to use Loopback, it includes a built-in uninstaller that will leave your Mac just as it was before you started using the app.

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