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M1 chip-based Macs are NOT YET SUPPORTED

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Download Soundflower for Mac now from Softonic: 100% safe and virus free. More than 13979 downloads this month. Download Soundflower latest version 20. M1 chip-based Macs are NOT YET SUPPORTED. PLEASE READ BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INTALL! Note that the even though this Soundflower extension is signed, but the installer is not! NOTE: This is only the Soundflower kernel extension. The SoundflowerBed app is retired. A new replacement is in the works. In the meantime, you can take your chances with an older version of Soundflowerbed, but you can do a lot with a Multi-Output Aggregate Device. Here's an example. Download the latest version of Max visual programming language. CYCLING ’74: TOOLS FOR SOUND, GRAPHICS, AND INTERACTIVITY. Open a Web Browser on your Mac and go to Soundflower Website. Find out Soundflower and select it to open its info page. Select the given link to go to Github page. Download Soundflower Extension and Install the same on your Mac. After the Soundflower Extension is installed, you need to change the Sound Output Settings on Mac.

Note that the even though this Soundflower extension is signed, but the installer is not! You will have to hold the control key down to open the Soundflower.pkg installer for the first time.

Apple makes you jump through a few hoops. The first time you run the installer (Soundflower.pkg), it will ask for your admin password, and will FAIL! A security alert will appear, with a button to take you to System Preferences 'Security & Privacy - General' pane. Once there, there should be an 'Allow' button (**) that you will need to click on to give permission to use Soundflower (developer: MATT INGALLS). Then, RUN THE INSTALLER AGAIN. It should inform you installation was successful. If the 'Allow' button is disabled, you may need to click the lock icon in the bottom lower left corner first.

(**) If you see an 'Open Anyway' button in the Security Preferences, this is something different!!! Most likely because you tried (and failed) opening the installer by double clicking without holding down the control key. If so, click the 'Open Anyway' button which will display another window. Then click the 'Open' button in that window to launch the installer. Now you can follow the instructions above to get the 'Allow' button to appear in the Security Preferences.

NOTE: This is only the Soundflower kernel extension. The SoundflowerBed app is retired. A new replacement is in the works. In the meantime, you can take your chances with an older version of Soundflowerbed, but you can do a lot with a Multi-Output Aggregate Device. Here's an example:

Say i want to play some audio in iTunes, but record it in Quicktime while listening to it out of the built-in speakers. Here is how i would set it up:

*in iTunes:

start playing audio Xcode 14 beta download.

Open Audio MIDI Setup: (found in /Applications/Utilities)

hit the '+' button in the bottom left corner and select 'Create Multi Output Device'
in the the panel that appears on the right, select 'Built-in Output' AND 'Soundflower (2ch)'
then hit the button with the gear icon bottom left and select 'use this device for sound output' (you should still be hearing your iTunes output -- it is now going to both Soundflower and the built-in speakers)

Then In Quicktime:

create a new audio recording
in the popup menu next to record button select 'Soundflower (2ch)' as the input
(you should now see record levels changing)
hit record!

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So most of you know, to capture audio from a Mac you need an extension like Soundflower. But what most of you don't know is that you can use another extension to capture audio. I present to you, iShowU Audio Capture!

CHECKLIST
  • iShowU Audio Capture(duh): An extension used by iShowU Studio & iShowU Instant. It's 101% free.
  • Audio MIDI Setup: An audio utility. Comes with every version of Mac.
STEPS
1. Install iShowU Audio Capture(link in checklist) like you installed Soundflower.

2. (optional)Uninstall Soundflower.
3. Open Audio MIDI Setup. Click the '+' button at the bottom left of the window. Choose 'Create Multi-Output Device'.

4. Check the boxes for Built-in Output & iShowU Audio Capture in the 'Use' column. Also check the box for Built-in Output in the 'Drift Correction' column to prevent audio sync issues.

5. Open System Preferences, then go to Sound. In the Output section, select your newly created multi-output device.

6. Open OBS. Go to Settings, then Audio. Select iShowU Audio Capture as one of your Mic/Auxiliary Audio Device.

After this, you should be able to record & stream with audio. Enjoy!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Why do you need to put the extension in Mic/Auxiliary Audio Device, not Desktop Audio Device?
A: In theory, Soundflower & iShowU Audio Capture are 2 different extensions. Soundflower latest versioniShowU Audio Capture is a virtual mic while Soundflower is a virtual audio grabber. So any virtual mic goes into the Mic/Auxiliary Audio Device & any virtual audio grabber goes into Desktop Audio Device.

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Q: Can you use this with Quicktime?
A: Absolutely

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Soundflower mac latest version! Just select iShowU Audio Capture in the Microphone section.
Q: Why does my video have no sound?
A: You opened the program

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you intended to record before switching to the Multi-Output Device. The device will only capture audio from any program opened after switching.
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