Easily route audio in and out of any channel in your DAW
Streamline workflow when working with external devices
Send audio to and from applications
Send audio to and from USB audio devices
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biggest music brands in the world
Seamless integration between your devices and your DAW
- The INJECT plugin for Mac or Windows sits in any channel in your DAW, allowing you to send audio from and to any audio device in your system, whether software or hardware-based (using CoreAudio or WDM)
- It has a built-in recorder, a sample rate convertor and even supports multi-channel inputs and outputs in individual DAW channels
- INJECT’s built-in stereo virtual driver makes for easy audio routing between applications
Less setup, more creativity
- Record audio straight from a USB synthesizer, iPad or browser window into a channel – no need to switch your DAW playback engine
- Built-in recorder with drag-and-drop functionality for rapid sampling
- Route audio from any DAW channel to OBS or Listento Web Transmitter
Route audio to and from any audio device
Up to 16 channel configurations
Built-In recording with drag and drop support
Works with Mac or PC
“We built Audiomovers for anyone who produces, mixes or records globally and doesn’t want to comprise on audio excellence. Our products will always make your life easier, delivering the best possible experience in the most efficient way.”
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