Posted By Paul Kafasis on March 18th, 2020
In recent weeks, many people have begun working remotely for the first time, as part of social distancing efforts. We’ve seen a corresponding increase in folks using our audio routing tool Loopback, which is proving helpful at solving many problems related to remote communication. One of the most common ways people are using Loopback is to add multiple audio sources to voice chat (VoIP) calls with services like Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, and more.
To help folks use Loopback to add audio to voice chats, we’ve written up a new tutorial. Learn more about combining audio from microphones and applications and providing it to voice chat applications to be heard by all participants, with this new Knowledge Base article.