Jul 21, 2006 at 5:54pm
Apologies for simplicity of this question; as I am new to max/MSP; I
Jul 23, 2006 at 1:51am
Quote: eamonbrady wrote on Fri, 21 July 2006 10:54
Obviously, you’re using a macintosh.
I have the same behavior, but it’s never been a problem. My laptop only has “Internal Speakers” as an output, but that also sends to the headphone jack.
To use Soundflower, set the *driver* to CoreAudio Soundflower (2ch) or CoreAudio Soundflower (16ch). In other words, the “output destination” has been a non-feature for me; I’ve never used it or needed it, even with dozens of interfaces and setups.
In the words of Digable Planets, “Ignore it, like it’s pork.”
Jul 25, 2006 at 5:40pm
Eamon Brady wrote:
In Powerbooks for example there is no line output, only a headphone
> On my external FW interface there are no options showing up for
They usually have only one choice, so you don’t have to choose…
Normally you just choose a driver and the outputs are numbered. This is
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