Loopback 2.0.1

Released on 2/7/19

Loopback 2.0.0

Released on 11/30/18

Loopback 1.2.1

Released on 9/7/18

Loopback 1.2.0

Released on 5/4/18

Loopback 1.1.8

Released on 4/19/18

Loopback 1.1.7

Released on 3/27/18

Loopback 1.1.6

Released on 3/26/18

Loopback 1.1.5

Released on 9/27/17

Loopback 1.1.4

Released on 7/24/17

Loopback 1.1.3

Released on 6/23/17

Loopback 1.1.2

Released on 3/29/17

Loopback 1.1.1

Released on 12/22/16

Loopback 1.1

Released on 12/7/16

Loopback 1.0.3

Released on 7/28/16

Loopback 1.0.2

Released on 4/12/16

  • Instant On 8.2.4 includes several small improvements for better overall performance.

  • This update further improves the way Loopback devices behave in trial mode. When the trial limitations are triggered, quitting the Loopback application will now disable any active devices. With this change, noise will no longer persist with no obvious way to stop it.

  • Backend changes have been made to improve compatibility with applications that do not properly handle device name changes.

  • A rare problem where input devices could incorrectly be captured multiple times has been fixed.

  • Error reporting has been improved, providing better details if a device fails to be created properly.

  • A loss of audio sync could occur when a device's sample rate clock jumped backwards. That clock should never jump backwards, but some devices do things they're not supposed to. Loopback now handles that without a problem.

  • Loopback's sample rate reporting has been adjusted to improve compatibility with certain apps, including MAX, Roon, and Screenium.

  • Missing audio devices in the monitoring setting are now marked more conspicuously.

  • Several other small improvements have been made.

Loopback 1.0.1

Released on 1/13/16

  • Instant On 8.2.1 improves the handling of Loopback devices while Loopback is in trial mode. Specifically, if the Loopback app is deleted without doing a proper uninstall, Instant On will handle cleaning up any Loopback devices left behind by disabling them.

  • The Loopback trial now allows 20 minutes of use before overlaying noise on a device.

  • Some small UI tweaks have been made, including a fix for the vertical centering on the “New Virtual Device” button, as well as an issue with scrollbars appearing in the trial window.

  • Several other small improvements have been made.

Loopback 1.0.0

Released on 1/11/16

  • Initial public release