Platforms of Webinars usually do not use any specific software, and work through adobe flash. And Flash configurations (in the browser), you can select microphone or any other device (even if virtual).
This can be seen in the screenshot: https://api.monosnap.com/image/download ... A78u0q50T1
So I said, there is a possibility to emulate in software "mic line-in" (emulation I mean), with already processed and compressed sound (in real time, of course)?
To make it more clear, I will try to explain the whole scheme.
1. We have a microphone.
2. We need to find software compressor (and it is main thing of this topic) ..
3. Also we have a platform for webinars that works through adobe flash
Our task is to miss the voice through a microphone, then through software compressor and give it to the browser to adobe flash.
Without audio software compressor is easily done in real time, just in Flash settings in the browser select MIC. How will it work with the compressor in real time - it is not clear, for this maybe I need an emulator.