Well, the solution with Virtual Audio Cables that I came across is straightforward and works.
First, get the Virtual Audio Cables (VAC) from http://nrcde.ru/music/software/eng/vac.html
-- If this solution works, then purchase.
Second, open the VAC control panel up and create 1 cable. Just 1 is fine. Leave the defaults, it should be fine.
Third, Configure your Skype
for the Audio Out (not microphone) for the Virtual Audio Cable 1. Leave your input as microphone.
Forth, In SAM
, make sure your Encoders is on the blue button. Then in Desktop A click on the down arrow next to the + and select Mic/Line-In. Choose Virtual Audio Cable 1. This will allow you to listen to the Skype
. Tinker with the packets and then put it in any Deck, I prefer Aux 1.
Fifth, and final, In SAM
enable your microphone and push to talk. Sure, they can hear you when you don't do this, but you're listeners can't.
Tada, they can hear you and you can hear them and it goes out on the air. No repeaters, no messy setup
. Simple as can be.
I am not sure on how to fix this for Vista but it works great in everything else.
Chris Haslage, Founderhttp://www.studiohits.com/
Proud SAM Broadcaster user and beta tester since 1999!