The answer to How to record both screen and sound with Quicktime on El Capitan? explains what to do in order to record the screen using QuickTime player with sound (both from the micro and the computer).

I followed the steps there, and although I successfully managed to install Soundflower and to add a Multi-Output device, the screen recording produced by QuickTime player has no sound.

Is there a way to check whether the Soundflower works properly?

I'm connected to an Apple display as well, so does this pose an issue?

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    You normally have to go into System Preferences > Sound and ensure you select Soundflower (2 channel) in your audio output. – unknowndomain Feb 28 '18 at 16:55
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    That doesn't work. In fact, in the mentioned post they say I have to have the output as the multi-output device – aaragon Feb 28 '18 at 17:00
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    I'm just going based on my own experience of doing just this. I never had to do this multi-output stuff, but my experience of that Audio MIDI Setup application is that it generally doesn't work very well. – unknowndomain Feb 28 '18 at 17:02

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