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I was told that it's possible to route Windows Media Player, or MediaMonkey juke box (PC apps I use to play my CD library converted to digital), through one's DAW.  I'm hoping somebody here can tell me the steps to do so.

Yesterday I bought the Abbey Roads Studio 3 plugin which is for Headphones to hear on the Master Bus Mix, and I would like to be able to run all my music library on my PC into CbB and be able to listen and take advantage of the plugin, for fun.

One suggestion is to setup a Loopback adapter app acting like a Virtual Machine which can route the audio of the Player and it becomes an option within the DAW inputs.  

I gather the concept, but don't know how to go about it.  I found a 1-minute video on Youtube on how to install the MS Loopback Adapter within Network Adapaters, but not even sure if this is relative to the solution.  The guy did mention Virtual Machines in his comment under his video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9674zGHxrE

Anyone?

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For a period of time, I was using a Zen Tour audio interface (which doesn't provide a WDM stereo port for Windows Audio).

This small application can route Windows Audio to one of your audio interface's ASIO outputs.

https://www.vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/index.htm 

 

If you're wanting to "connect" various applications, this may be what you're looking for:

https://www.vb-audio.com/Cable/index.htm

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Thanks, Jim.  Fantastic suggestion.  Thanks for the links, too!  I'll read through the manual when I wake up and give it a good read.  Looks like just the thing so far!

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