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'''Gale 05Dec10:''' Thanks for these contributions, Bill. Can we assume that software playthrough in Audacity will always work with Soundflower?
 
'''Gale 05Dec10:''' Thanks for these contributions, Bill. Can we assume that software playthrough in Audacity will always work with Soundflower?
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<b>Bill 05Dec10:</b> Thanks for correcting my typos! Yes, I meant "Output" pane, as illustrated. Yes, AFAIK software playthrough always works with Soundflower. There's a workaround so you can still hear the audio playing on your computer - install and run LineIn from Rogue Amoeba. You then have to turn software playthrough off in Audacity. I wanted to keep this as simple as possible. I'll think about how I might add the use of LineIn without making it too convoluted.

Latest revision as of 20:49, 5 December 2010

Gale 05Dec10: Thanks for these contributions, Bill. Can we assume that software playthrough in Audacity will always work with Soundflower? Bill 05Dec10: Thanks for correcting my typos! Yes, I meant "Output" pane, as illustrated. Yes, AFAIK software playthrough always works with Soundflower. There's a workaround so you can still hear the audio playing on your computer - install and run LineIn from Rogue Amoeba. You then have to turn software playthrough off in Audacity. I wanted to keep this as simple as possible. I'll think about how I might add the use of LineIn without making it too convoluted.