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Basically, what I'm trying to do is use one computer with AU Lab to process some audio (real-time, of course) and use that as an audio source for another computer.

Is it possible to use a thunderbolt-attached Mac as an audio output source or an audio input source, either with or without a third-party application?

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I don't see how.

Thunderbolt is basically a mux of DisplayPort and PCIe. So, unless OS X can "present" as an audio device the way it presents as a disk drive in "target mode" then there really is no way to have another Mac act as an audio device.

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