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SubjectLoopback sound driver?
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Has anyone yet written a loopback sound driver, that is a module that provides a
"fake" /dev/dsp that will actually save sound to file on disk rather than
playing thru a hardware sound card. Or am I being stupid here? Is there some
/dev trick I can play?

If no such module exists, could a kind soul point me at sound module
documentation/API. I can find a lot of compatibility lists, but little
programming reference. Or is there a very simple sound card driver that could
be used as a starting point?

Thanks

Joe.

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