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Changing Audio/Middi Devices in my Mac


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Hi all,

I'm new here so I hope my tread is in the right place.

Some weeks ago i'm owner of my first Mac Pro 15"

I don't know much about computers...
A few weeks ago I bought meself a Virtual Vinyl timecode mix program from Numark.

I can't get it work, so I asked help on the VDJ forum.
A guy told me after sending him a screen shot of the situation I had to change my Audio/Middi Devices.
You can see het here VIRTUAL DJ SOFTWARE - skyfxl's blogs

But if I go to aplications (in dutch I think systeemvoorkeuren) and then go to Audio, I get whole different settings.
How do I get the settings I need, where do I look or do I need a special update?


Thanks!

Greetings,
Jan
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You're going to 'System Preferences > Audio'.

Instead you need to go to:
Applications > Utilities > Audio midi Setup.
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Hi Aptmunich,

Thanks for your fast reply!
I found it!!!


Thank You very much for the help!


Greetings,
Jan
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Hi Aptmunich,

I have different settings, I made some screen shots about how my settings looks.
Language is Dutch, in de Audio I have 3 options in the "Properties For".
Build In Mic
Build In Input
Build In Output

No Aggregate Device!

And Midi is also different...


Audio



Midi



Can I do something about this?

Thanks!

Greetings,
Jan
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