In computing, a softphone is a software program for making telephone calls over the Internet
using a general purpose computer, rather than using dedicated hardware.
Often a softphone is designed to behave like a traditional telephone,
RoMac Sound Card Management allows you set up
each of your programs that use a sound with its own individual levels for a sound card, and then launch
When you quit the selected program, the RoMac Sound
Card Management utility will return all the sound card levels back to normal. It works also for Windows Vista (freeware).
This recording captures the aha moment in when Vance managed to get Audacity to record both sides of a Skype conversation, with the help of Jeff and Graham. Graham, Vance, and Jeff then go on to talk about controlling audio levels through the various applications running, and then recap settings in Sounds and Audio Devices in Control Panel, in Windows Volume Control, and in the applications Audacity, Virtual Audio Cables, and Skype, in the hopes that this verbal description might help others who are similarly stuck as I was - Vance