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output program sound to a virtual mic

my headset recently stopped working (the right channel audio dies if i had my mic plugged in, i guess that's what i get for buying cheap headphones) and i don't have an external mic. i resulted to using my laptop and skyping myself, but i can't figure out how to record skype calls and only skype calls, as i have teams calls as well. does stereo mix record the default audio device or is it supposed to record a preset audio device? if i can't use stereo mix, is there a way to loopback my audio to a virtual microphone?

my current solution is to route my skype audio to speakers and use audacity, and use my bluetooth headphones for teams, discord, etc. i can't get it to output as a virtual mic though.

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