Difference between revisions of "Mac and Soundflower 64ch Audio"

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'''Problem'''
 
'''Problem'''
  
You select Soundflower (64ch) as your In Device and by clicking on 'Reopen' software crashes.
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You select Soundflower (64ch) as your In Device and by clicking on 'Reopen' MXWendler crashes.
 
:'''Menu → Settings → Input and Output → Audio Devices'''
 
:'''Menu → Settings → Input and Output → Audio Devices'''
  
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Soundflower audio for Mac is outdated, but if you need to select it as your IN Device, both Device and IN Device has to be set as Soundflower. <br>
 
Soundflower audio for Mac is outdated, but if you need to select it as your IN Device, both Device and IN Device has to be set as Soundflower. <br>
 
In the Settings, you must first select Soundflower (64ch) as your 'Device' and then select Soundflower (64ch) as your IN Device and then click 'reopen'.
 
In the Settings, you must first select Soundflower (64ch) as your 'Device' and then select Soundflower (64ch) as your IN Device and then click 'reopen'.
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Latest revision as of 16:27, 26 October 2020

This applies to all Mac OS Versions with Soundflower Audio, and all MXWendler versions

Problem

You select Soundflower (64ch) as your In Device and by clicking on 'Reopen' MXWendler crashes.

Menu → Settings → Input and Output → Audio Devices

Solution

Soundflower audio for Mac is outdated, but if you need to select it as your IN Device, both Device and IN Device has to be set as Soundflower.
In the Settings, you must first select Soundflower (64ch) as your 'Device' and then select Soundflower (64ch) as your IN Device and then click 'reopen'. {{#mpdftags: pagebreak}}