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  • Marcel CEBREROS

    Hi Daniele.

    Yes, it's possible.

    You'll need :

    "SoundFlower" kernel extension (free):

    https://rogueamoeba.com/freebies/soundflower/

    And "LoopBack" (Not free):

    https://rogueamoeba.com/loopback/

    -First you install Soundflower. Once installed it will appear everywhere in your computer where you have a "sound" option. It will appear then in HeavyM:

    -Then you open "LoopBack". Start by creating a "new virtual device" (low left), then in the "sources" first column, click "+" an create a new source, choose "iTunes". In the second column you can choose your audio channels if you have more than two, if not, do nothing and leave it like that. In the third column "monitors", click "+" an choose soundflower. It will look like this:

     

    Now you have your iTunes playing thru your computer speakers AND Soundflower at the same time.

    Go to HeavyM. In the Audio Analysis input choose 'Soundflower". Done.

     

    CHEERS

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  • Danielebiondifirenze

    Grazie!!!!!!!!! 

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  • Léa

    Hey Marcel, thanks for sharing these tips ;)

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  • Marcel CEBREROS

    You're welcome Léa. Glad to be helpful...

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  • Marcel CEBREROS

    Daniele, I've just realized there's an easiest way:

    Just open "Loopback" and choose "Itunes" as source. Create a monitor output. That's all.

     

    Then go to HeavyM and select "Loopback" in audio analysis:

     

    CHEERS

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  • Danielebiondifirenze

    Thank you to all, I will try soon. You're answer are very helpful.

    Ciao, Daniele.

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