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Is there a way (or app) to input an audio file (for example a recording of my voice) into my microphone?

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  • If I understand it correctly, this thread only talks about using all audio output as input but not using specific audio files as input. Correct me if I'm wrong. Feb 13, 2022 at 18:07
  • From a file or a stream or anything, you need to be able to patch an output to an input. That's covered in the linked question.
    – Tetsujin
    Feb 13, 2022 at 18:35

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Yes, there is a way. You will have to get iShowU Audio Capture, Loopback, and an audio player. In Loopback you will select your audio player as a source, and then going past the output channels you will select iShowU Audio Capture as a Monitor device. This means that the audio from your audio player will get routed to the iShowU Audio Capture virtual driver. Now you can select iShowU Audio Capture as an input device (like a microphone) in your system's Audio Settings, and it will output the sound from the audio player.

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