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When dealing with audio in vvvv you have to choose between the nodes in two available categories:

  • DShow9: native audio processing nodes in the DShow9 category are based on DirectShow.
  • Bass: nodes of this category are coming with the addonpack. They are based on the BASS audio library and are provided and maintained as opensource by vux.

Both worlds have their advantages and drawbacks and they don’t interoperate. This documentation covers both for you to choose depending on your project needs.

Frankly speaking, vvvvs audio capabilities are rather limited. For maximum flexibility in handling sound you'd probably want to get dirty with pd aka pure data.

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