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Do I really need a hardware mixer to achieve channel separation with Skype?

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I have Skype outputting to Soundflower.

My microphone outputs to LineIn and gets passed thru to Soundflower.

Soundflower then outputs to GarageBand so I can record Skype calls.

When I record a Skype call, Skype's audio output comes across both left and right channels and gets mixed with my mic's audio inside of Soundflower. So there doesn't appear to be a way to isolate my mic's audio from Skype's audio without using some other device.

It seems to me there should be some kind of software solution to this. Is there anything I can use that could take the output of Skype and process it so that only the right channel gets sent to Soundflower?

Or is the only solution to get a hardware mixer to solve this problem?

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