Newbie here: I figured out finally how to record BUT can’t hear what’s being recorded while recording. Is it possible? I change my sound to Soundflower in computer sound setting, in Audacity I set recording to [Soundflower 2ch], [2 (stereo) recording] and speakers to [External Headphones]. Again, I can record fine and play it back too but can’t listen while audio is being recorded. Did my research but didn’t find an answer to this. Thank you!
My system: 2018 MacBook Pro, 6 core Intel i9, OS 12.1; Audacity 3.1.3
Thanks for the response, I gave this a try, actually I think this will work. I have a web meeting tomorrow evening that I would like to record, I think this will work, doesn’t seem that much delay between recording and sound output and the recording sounds good quality too. I’ll give it a try and will see how it goes. Thanks again for the solution!
You can cheat massively. Set up in a quiet, echo-free room and record the computer in hands-free mode on your phone. The only thing the phone is doing is the recording. The shortcoming there is nobody has a quiet, echo-free room.
I ended up not doing it but next Wednesday have another meeting I am going to try it just to see what happens. The organizers I have the meeting with use Perigon hopefully I can capture the audio with Soundflower. You have a nice setup there …
Forgot to reply to this … sorry, this actually worked well for me, in system prefs set sound to Soundflower 2 ch, Audacity just set input to Soundflower 2 ch and output to external headphones and everything went great. Like you mentioned there was just a fraction of a second delay between the video feed and the sound when recording but it didn’t bother me at all. Again, we used Perigon for video conferencing.