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VBCable A B 64 Bit

How to Use VBCable A B 64 bit to Connect Audio Applications

If you want to route audio signals between different applications on your Windows computer, you may need a virtual audio cable. A virtual audio cable is a software that creates a virtual audio device that can be used as an input or output by any audio application. One of the most popular and easy-to-use virtual audio cables is VB-CABLE, developed by VB-Audio Software.

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VB-CABLE is a donationware that allows you to download and install a virtual audio driver that works as a simple audio cable. All audio coming in the CABLE input is simply forwarded to the CABLE output. You can use VB-CABLE to connect a player to a recorder, a synthesizer to a sampler, a soundboard to a podcast, and more. VB-CABLE works with any audio application that supports MME, KS, DX, KS or WASAPI interfaces.

However, VB-CABLE only provides one pair of input and output devices. If you need more virtual audio cables to connect more applications together, you can get VB-CABLE A+B or VB-CABLE C+D. These are two additional packages that each contain two independent virtual audio cables (A and B, or C and D). You can use them separately or together with the original VB-CABLE.

How to Download and Install VBCable A B 64 bit

To download and install VBCable A B 64 bit, you need to make a donation to VB-Audio Software. You can choose the amount of your donation according to your means or usage. After making the payment, you will receive a link to a ZIP package containing two ZIP archives: and

You need to extract these two zip files on your local disk (in any directory like "temp" or "archive"). For each ZIP file, you need to run the setup program in administrator mode (right click on the exe file and select "run as administrator"). Follow the instructions and reboot your computer after installation.

After installation, you will see two new audio drivers on your system: VB-Audio Cable A and VB-Audio Cable B. They will appear as playback and recording devices in your sound settings. You can rename them if you want.

How to Use VBCable A B 64 bit

To use VBCable A B 64 bit, you need to configure the audio settings of your applications. For example, if you want to connect a media player (such as VLC) to an audio recorder (such as Audacity), you need to do the following:

  • Open VLC and go to Tools > Preferences > Audio. Under Output, select VB-Audio Cable A as the output device.

  • Open Audacity and go to Edit > Preferences > Devices. Under Recording, select VB-Audio Cable A as the input device.

  • Start playing a media file in VLC and press the record button in Audacity. You should see the audio waveform being recorded in Audacity.

You can use the same method to connect any other applications that support audio input and output devices. You can also use VB-Audio Cable B as another virtual audio cable for different applications. For example, you can use it to connect a voice changer (such as MorphVOX) to a video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

Troubleshooting Tips

If you encounter any problems while using VBCable A B 64 bit, here are some tips that may help:

  • Make sure that your applications are using the same sample rate and bit depth as the virtual audio cable. You can check and change these settings in the sound properties of each device.

  • If you hear any crackling or distortion in the audio signal, try lowering the buffer size or latency of your applications. You can also adjust the internal latency of the virtual audio cable in its control panel.

  • If you experience any delay or lag in the audio signal, try disabling any effects or enhancements that may be applied by your applications or sound card. You can also try using different audio interfaces (MME, KS, DX, KS or WASAPI) for your applications.

  • If you need more help or support, you can visit the VB-Audio Software website or forum. You can also contact them by email or social media.


VBCable A B 64 bit is a useful and easy-to-use software that allows you to connect audio applications on your Windows computer. It is a donationware that you can get by supporting VB-Audio Software, a company that develops many other virtual audio applications. You can use VBCable A B 64 bit to create new audio experiences and enhance your creativity.


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