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You'd have to set Soundflower as the default output for audio (System Preferences->Sound), otherwise it will only accept input from whichever program has been specifically set to send output to Soundflower. Then in AU Lab, select Soundflower as the default input. This should capture everything.
You could try AirServer this app lets you Airplay to show the screen of your IOS device on your Mac an can also record it in the latest version.
Athome Camera can do this, however it is mainly marketed as a home monitoring application (camera surveillance).
I use DropVox this way. If you do need an email it's very easy to make DropBox send you an email when he get a new memo. I do it.
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