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  • Steaming Audio To a Phone Line

    Is there any way or program to make it so the audio output from my Ibook is hooked up to our landline so i can answer phone calls on my laptop and mix sounds and audio?

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    Re: Steaming Audio To a Phone Line

    Originally posted by pveticket View Post
    Is there any way or program to make it so the audio output from my Ibook is hooked up to our landline so i can answer phone calls on my laptop and mix sounds and audio?
    From your title, I thought this was a phone sex thread! "Steaming" audio.

    I know on a PC if you have a modem with voice capabilities, you can do cool stuff like that. I do not know what is available for a mac.

    I would look for modems with "voice" in the name. I know Zoom makes one that is Mac compatible.
    -Osky

    Originally posted by sleepyjeff
    Before we totally disregard extremism; lets remember the lesson of the 3 little pigs.

    The moderate pig lost his house to the wolf too
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