How to hook up a USB audio device to your Mac
See this page in the Audacity Wiki for details. From Audacity Development Manual.
Jump to: navigation , search. Mac computers have no built-in ability to record streaming audio playing on a sound device.
You can use additional software to record computer playback directly into Audacity or can do so by using a connecting a loopback cable from audio out to the separate audio input available on some Macs. Instead I can use soundflowerbed v1.
SoundflowerBed is available separately from Soundflower. Then hit OK and shazam will work you may have to dissable all other microphones or just set stero mix to default.
You just usually need some soundcard for this Asus works good - but in asus drivers you should alway disable FX and GX and use Classic as effect. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.go site
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Is there a way I could get this to work? GP89 GP89 1 1 gold badge 1 1 silver badge 8 8 bronze badges. I know this is an old question, but I believe Shazam does this by default now? Is there a way to enable this? It definitely does. I'm using v1. The reason I stumbled upon this question, is because I was wondering if anyone could get it working over Bluetooth headphones.
I can only seem to get it working with headphones plugged into the headphone jack.
MacBook Sound Quality from Headphone Jack
Do your headphones leak sound by any chance, and could be getting picked up by the microphone? I was wrong. In the six-plus years I've had this laptop, I'd never heard audio issues like this. And so, I hunted for solutions online, because the first solution I found — keeping the volume below 75 percent — was not for me. I like my music loud. But as those two chimes rang, each with the same distortion I'd heard before, I knew that wasn't the right trick.
The next suggestion had me sign on as a Guest user , to see if the issue was limited to a setting for the account.
To do that, you restart your computer and select Guest when logging in. Unfortunately, videos and songs sounded equally bad on the guest account. The final fix I found online suggested opening Terminal to run the command sudo killall coreaudiod , to discover if the issue was rooted in Apple's Core Audio, a low-level API that manages sound.