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I am creating an internet radio program in java. I need to be able to create a virtual microphone. Basically I would select the virtual microphone in a Shoutcast client to stream to a Shoutcast server. I would stream live and recorded audio through the virtual mic into the program. The reason I would like to create a custom program is so that I am able to add a song queue and request function, as well as some other creative code. There is one problem however; I have no idea how to go about creating a virtual mic. Any help is appreciated.

Jordan & Al
Posted 9-Oct-12 12:37pm
Edited 9-Oct-12 12:38pm
Mohibur Rashid 9-Oct-12 20:02pm
if you want to create virtual mic you also need a virtual jockey.

you better develop the codec see for your music or hook sound card. i have no idea how to do that but there might be way

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Not possible in Java. You want to create a virtual hardware - that's too close to the OS.

But it's possible in C with a Simulated Capture Driver[^] @ MSDN.

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