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Ceux Qui Vivent Ce Sont Ceux Qui Luttent Dissertation 5. In Skype, select the Audio tab in Preferences and set output to Soundflower (2ch):

You are now in business. You may notice that audio played through, say iTunes, sounds a bit low, but my experience has been that it sounds just fine to the people on the other end. Enjoy. It will take a little while to get used to operating this way (you may need to shut off your mic at times, for example, when playing music or not speaking) but I think being able to do this is worth the quirks of this set-up. If I find something better, I will be sure to post it.

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9 Responses to Tutorial: Play System Audio in Skype Calls on Mac OSX

  1. BrianNo Gravatar says:

    This was the tutorial – particularly the idea of doubling up the LineIn installations – that finally allowed me to toggle between my voice and other sound applications – and take Skype calls on the fly…
    Though the way I do it, I gather people on the call itself cannot hear the media (even if the people listening can)… I’ll take a closer look at the Skype components here for future episodes.
    Thanks for writing it up!

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  6. salNo Gravatar says:

    setup works but i get the echo meaning i m getting my own voice back in headphones.. i m playing a song on youtube and the audio from youtube is being routed to skype successfully but in the process i get my own voice back as well which is not what i require… any suggestions??

  7. MikhailNo Gravatar says:

    Sal, I’ll need to think about it — might be something around soundflower and system settings for audio. Have you played with the input/output settings in Skype?

  8. SimskeNo Gravatar says:

    Very good Idea!
    But the second LineIn instance can be replace by Soundflowerbed, only choose in Soundflowerbed “Soundflower (2ch)” and set it to the output device.

  9. Ryan WinterNo Gravatar says:

    When I speak I here echo on my side of me speaking. Is there a way to fix this, or is it normal

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