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I have a podcast and we use Skype and Audio Hijack to record all of us.

How would I go about piping audio so the other people on the Skype conference call can hear it real time? I would like a software solution if possible. I realize they are several hardware solutions available.

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You can use Soundflower to create a virtual input device, and use that as your input device for Skype. Soundflower is free and is available at http://www.cycling74.com/products/soundflower

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looks like it's for OS X only. Anything similar for Windows? – Siim K Nov 25 '11 at 8:29

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