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Only want to hear "wet" signal using soundflower (routing)

July 11, 2011 | 1:51 am

Using OSX, I want to run, using live sound from iTunes, into a piece of software that processes and manipulates the signal, then route the audio to the output.

I only want to hear the "effected" signal, so I’m assuming I need a way to route iTunes output into soundflower, then take soundflowers output and route it into the software, then take that output and route it back into another channel on soundflower, then take the new channel and send that to my main out, and configure my main outs to go to my speakers;

if someone can give me a clue as how to do this, It would be much appreciated.

Thanks!


July 16, 2011 | 6:16 pm

Anyone?


July 16, 2011 | 7:31 pm

In System Preferences click on "Sound" and select soundflower as output. Thus audio from iTunes will be routed directly to soundflower and can be received from processing software. There select main out as output to hear the wet signal (assuming your software is able to select independent audio input and output).


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