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How to record the sound coming from my computer?


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I've tried downloading Soundflower and setting it as my audio input driver in GarageBand.

It doesn't work!

I need to record audio that's not necessarily coming out of my speakers. Just the noise that would. The audio that's happening in my computer, in other words.

I just made so many songs with Punk-o-Matic 2, and now I can't save them in any way.

This is so not rock 'n' roll.
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Try Rogue Amoeba | Audio Hijack Pro: Record Any Audio On Mac OS X. it's not free but handles that task well. It'll do that and a lot more.

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Forgot to mention that I have no money.

Thanks, though.
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