Turns out there's a simple answer: all this is supported in Logic. Garageband and Logic are the same piece of software; Garageband is the limited version.
I upgraded to Logic after being frustrated with this (and many other limitations). It was well worth it.
For me QuickTime was not sharing my iphone screen as well. My QuickTime started showing this warning:
can not use Vaibhav's iphone. This app is not authorized to use Vaibhav's iphone quicktime
What I did:
Go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy and follow these steps:
Thank you very much David!
I've tried other instructions without success and lost a lot of time. Thank you for your detailed instructions!
For others: When installing the drivers in step 10 the computer restarted (I guess the setup program crashed). After restart I started the setup again and this time it was successful.
MacBook Pro 2018 (...
It appears that if you have Messages in iCloud enabled on the iPhone, and you're also signed in to Messages on a Mac with the same Apple ID, and the Mac is logged in and awake, then the iPhone doesn't make an alert sound for new messages. Presumably the idea is that you're at the Mac and will see the message alert there.
I don't know of a way to configure ...
If people are still having this issue in 2019 and have USB-C ports on their Mac, Apple's USB-C to 3.5mm adapter seems to fix this issue. While it doesn't work on macOS, it certainly allow you to use the microphone on Apple Earpods (and the in-line controls) and other headsets. The adapter is $9 in US and is mainly for iPad Pro 2018. I hope this helps, as it ...
I'm using a 3rd party USB audio device for which I need to do this about once a day - ymmv on an Apple-only structure.
Launch Audio MIDI Setup, from /Applications/Utilities.
Window menu > Show Audio Devices if it's not shown already
Select your regular output device on the left - the one with the speaker icon.
Change the Format [either way] ...
Killing the coreaudiod process might work (it did for me). One way to restart it is to launch Activity Monitor, then View->All Processes, scrolling down to coreaudiod then clicking the big X button to force quit. It gets relaunched automatically.
Another option is at the command line:
sudo killall coreaudiod
After doing that and refreshing the Chrome tab -...
From what I can tell the drive from an iMac G3 is an IDE type. HDDs running Mac OS System 8.6 ought to be running on the HFS+ disk format.
If you get a USB HDD enclosure with internal IDE connectors you should be able to plug the drive into it, connect the enclosure to a modern Mac and see the disk contents.
If you don't have access to a modern Macintosh ...
If your G3 has a Firewire port you can connect that directly to a more modern Mac (FW400->800 or FW400->400) and run dd in Terminal to make a full 1:1 disk image of the drive's contents. Boot into Target Disk Mode on the G3 when doing this (Boot and hold down T).
Alternatively, I believe Finder can natively view the contents of the disk. Then you can just ...
It appears the ZoomAudioDevice is now located in /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/ and is no longer a kext.
To uninstall it, I deleted it with the below command and restarted.
sudo rm -r /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/ZoomAudioDevice.driver
This is with a new install from May 2019. Perhaps old installs continue using the kext if its already installed. Though, the ...
The microphones are not placed in the same spot exactly!
The 2018 MacBook Air actually has 3 microphones in a sort of triangle configuration. There are two microphones aligned on the right-hand side of the laptop under the speaker grille besides the Delete and | buttons (given a US keyboard). The third microphone is underneath the Delete button itself.
While the other answer does in fact work for me on my system running macOS High Sierra nonetheless, I have to post a KISS principle answer.
Simply add the following code to your existing code:
repeat until exists tab group 1 of window "Sound"
So your code will now look like:
tell application "System Preferences"
reveal anchor ...
I tested your script on my systen (System info: AppleScript version: 2.7 System version: 10.13.6), and it worked perfectly. My only thought is an echo of @tetsujin's suggestion about building in sufficient checks to ensure UI elements exists before trying to do things with them.
It could be that your system is taking longer to load the System Preferences ...
It gets worse; current (Mojave) Safari 12 AFAIK will not support any plugin other than Adobe Flash, and that only because too many sites still use it. Apparently, in their view, ALL plugins (or at any rate all NPAPI plugins) are dangerous, and the last one (Flash) is only tolerated because of the level of discontent that would result if it were blocked too. ...
You can send one or more audio inputs to one or more outputs by creating a new aggregate device in the Audio Midi Setup app in your Utilities folder. This Apple Support document explains the steps.
Other options include Soundflower, the open source virtual audio output device which was maintained by Rogue Amoeba for a while, or Loopback, which is Rogue ...
To simplify the confusing 1st answer. Select your clock source at the top of the window. This is the audio interface who's wordclock will be used for the other audio interfaces in the created aggregate.
Select the Sample Rate, this is the sample rate that all the other audio interfaces will sample at.
Drift correction should not be checked on the ...
In Mojave, I usually manually switch the output device from the Volume Control in the menu, so I automate the same thing using the AppleScript below which does the toggling based on what is checked/unchecked.
If you use this w/ some launchers, then this approach doesn't need permissions to the Preferences.
ignoring application responses
This can indeed be a pain. I myself own and use BT headphones and I rarely connect them to my MacBook Pro laptop. Fortunately, my headphones remember the device I last connected them to, and will auto-reconnect to that device when they power up, but only if that device is available.
However, this auto-reconnect will only happen if the device (iPad, iPhone, ...