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Use either Audio Hijack, SoundFlower, or Loopback.


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In general, the installer won't care about the count of CPU. Even run-time, most programs won't check on the number of CPU and instead just make threads and throw it at the kernel for execution. Software can certainly query the system on timing and Logic and other audio processing apps certainly do - but you might have made things worse if that program is ...


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To fix that you will probably have to reinstall Mac OS X. To do that, hold the command key when you press the power button and when the system starts up, click the option to re install Mac OS X. Hope this helps.



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