Vsound is no more (the DMCA strikes again)

Ken Dyke ken_i_m at elegantinnovations.net
Mon Oct 28 12:13:21 PST 2002

On Mon, 2002-10-28 at 11:58, DJ Lucas wrote:
> Vsound was/is an audio loopback device.  And it's still availible on
> tucows.

What I found at tucows was vsound-0.4

> "Virtual loopback sound recorder and real audio converter"
> Basically allows you to set "what you hear" as the recording device if I
> understand it correctly.  This is a function built into the sblive
> soundcard.  As best I can tell, the program is only circumventing
> copyright laws if used incorrectly.  Here is a link to debian's brief
> description.  http://packages.debian.org/stable/sound/vsound.html

Debian has vsound-0.5

Hard drive space is down below a 1/10 of a penny per megabyte so even if
I never do anything with it, the tarball can sit there.  If it is useful
I image someone will take it over.

I think, therefore, ken_i_m
Chief Gadgeteer,
Elegant Innovations
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