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Soundflower from Cycling74 used to be the app to do this type of task, but is unsupported & no longer reliable - I eventually had to uninstall it. It was taken over by Rogue Amoeba, who maintain the download but no longer provide updates. It has been open sourced on GitHub, but I've yet to see a stable release; kernel panics are frequent. It seems ...


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Go into the "Voiceover Utility", go to the "Sound" tab and uncheck "Enable audio ducking" checkbox.


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I didn't want to pay to have an equalizer so I developed my own one and giving it away for free! Click here to download eqMac! The app is signed by Apple and works for OSX 10.9 and higher!


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Depending on your budget, I would use something like Rogue Amoeba's Audio Hijack 3 to process the sound output and model the speakers of the iPad. If you have extra budget, you'll want to record in a acoustically quiet room some songs and test tone generators out of the actual iPad speakers (and maybe sample several devices to see how much variation is ...


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You can do this like so: Install Soundflower (from https://rogueamoeba.com/freebies/soundflower/) Option-click the volume icon and change both the input and the output device to "Soundflower (2ch)" Start the Soundflowerbed application that comes with Soundflower, then click its icon in the top right (of a flower) and choose "Built-in Output" from the list ...


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MP3 is the most common, so I'd assume it'll work on all non-Apple devices (I know it will work on Apple)


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Yes, you will be able to use your internal mic and headphones. A useful shortcut is option click on the speaker icon on the menu bar.


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Have had similar problem. It seems to be connected with Safari somehow. This fix works, but you may need to do it when the sound comes back. If Safari is running, quit it. Hold down Shift key and launch Safari Keep Shift depressed until your homepage appears Releases Shift and clear history. This seems to stop the problem for a time, but I have had to do ...


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I am open to other thoughts, but did find this: http://support.citrixonline.com/en_US/Meeting/knowledge_articles/000187248?title=Attendees+Unable+to+Hear+Audio+When+Playing+a+Video+(Mac+Presenter)


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To permanently change iTunes behaviour, you'd need to switch off Keep iTunes Media folder organised - though it will soon disorganise itself if you also uncheck... Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to Library Unless you want to permanently change the behaviour of how iTunes keeps itself organised [or temporarily, with the added challenge of ...


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Try using Disk Utility to repair did disk permissions. Open Disk Utility, select your drive, select repair and then click Repair Permissions. This may fix your issue.


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This happens to me all the time. I often switch audio device's for pro audio, but it also happens other times using different applications. Open Terminal (Utilities) Enter "killall coreaudiod" Enter your user/admin password Your volume controls should be working now. I've reset my NVRAM and PRAM, as well as repaired disk permissions, yet still have to ...


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If resetting the PRAM doesn't work, you may try installing the latest Combo Update, like this one: OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 Update - https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1833?locale=en_US


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OS X remembers volume settings for each headphone. It sets the volume to the last headphone volume level when a headphone is plugged in.


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Headphones volume level is separate from the built-in speaker output. For example you can set the speakers' volume to 0 before plugging in headphones and then adjusting the headphones' volume to something different. When the headphones cable is unplugged, the system goes back to the previous volume value. If I remember correctly, recent Macs also have a ...


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Apple just released the Bootcamp 6 for Windows 10. Check in this article if your Model qualifies and how to do it.


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I have observed a similar sound issue post-upgrade to Yosemite. For instance, even at about 50% iTunes volume appears very feeble. Safari has been the worst hit. Youtube videos have low sound output. I plan to explore clean install of Yosemite as a work-around/solution and will post my update


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While I've never experienced this issue in Yosemite, I did have issues with audio output on an older OS. If I remember correctly, my solution was to reset the core audio. The following is reason to believe some have experienced loss of audio in 10.9: http://www.imore.com/losing-audio-os-x-mavericks-heres-what-you-can-do-about-it This thread shows a means ...


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The jack is designed for both types of connection - thru a metal wire (analog mode) or via an optic fibre (optical mode) for better performance. Try by removing the current optical PLIST file that is used. Execute the following command in Terminal App: sudo rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.audio.Au­dioMIDISetup.plist Try unplugging and replugging ...



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