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Open Audio MIDI Setup from Applications > Utilities. Click the + button in the bottom left corner and select "Create Multi-Output Device". Check "Built-In Output" (this may already be checked) and the Soundflower output of your choice. Right-click (or control-click) the device you just created and select "Use this device for sound output".
That's where the Soundflowerbed application comes into play. It lets you select out of which output you would like to play the sound that the rest of the system is feeding into sound flower.
Soundsiphon solved it for me as well. You do not need to buy the pro version, because the capturing of whole system audio (which means no specific application like safari needs to be selected as an audio source) is for free. :-) My setup: soundsiphon as default system audio device: any Audio player/source on OS Yosemite -> AU Lab 2.2.2 (IN soundsiphon -> ...
Turns out I had some strange Core Audio driver issue. Every time Skype was running, process "coreaudiod" would fire up and begin to hog CPU like crazy. I fixed permissions on my boot volume and it fixed a bunch of stuff related to iTunes, which apparently also fixed whatever was going on. Once the coreaudiod issue was resolved, here's the setup that is ...
I have a similar need when recording Skype calls. My setup is somewhat different, but the fundamentals should work for your setup. Best of all, you can do it without buying any specialized applications. Rogue Amoeba has a great application called Line In that will allow you to pipe your system's inputs to whatever outputs you are available, including ...
I just recently has the same issue on my Macbook Pro 13" (late 2011). To fix the problem, I first reset my PRAM, and then my NVRAM. To reset your PRAM, shutdown your computer, press the power button, then immediately hold command-option-p-r until you hear the startup chime. To reset your NVRAM, keep the four buttons pressed in until your computer restarts ...
In AU Lab, go to Preferences > Document, and untick the "Use preferred audio device when opening documents". The next time you'll open AU Lab, it will keep the "Built-in audio output" as output device!
Just setup two windows in QuickTime: one for iPhone video and audio, and the other for Mac audio and press record on both windows. If the Mac audio isn't synchronized perfectly with the iPhone audio and visual, then you can just use iMovie or Final Cut Pro X, if you have it, to edit them. Make sure that "New Audio Recording", for your Mac's internal ...
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