If screen record captures the audio then AUM wouldn’t be needed in this case since he just wants audio and video of the patch running.
Screen capture captures the audio in mono (unless you loopback to feed the audio output back into the input). When I use screen recording and want stereo in AUM, I usually record the master output in AUM when making my screen recording and then import its audio into my video editor (I use LumaFusion) and line it up.
Also note that when doing a screen recoring, the audio is sometimes up to 2 seconds out of sync! So, you often need to adjust the sync in your video editor. Fortunately, it seems like when it is out of sync, it is by a constant amount throughout the recording.
Wow that track/patch was fire.
By the way, I gave up and just last night paid the $99 for Loopback 2. I’m sure there were free ways! I know! I know! I just lost patience with it all.
The result is just what I needed. I made Audulus into a virtual audio source, which allowed me to use it as an audio source for screen capture in Quicktime and to record directly into a DAW on my Mac.
I am still new to this stuff. I figured a hundred bucks won’t kill me
I think Loopback is the best app of its type. I’m still using Soundflower but it was a struggle to get it to work properly. I’ve looked at Loopback a few times and if Soundflower ever stops working, I will purchase it as well.
The only thing it lacks is undo, as I learned the hard way!
I gave soundflower a shot, too, but I gave up. This Loopback thing plain works.
Soundflower is a bit of a pita to get working.