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I actually thought about getting my existing X-Fi to work on Mac. But this is another solution For the price not a bad deal Extra pro is the color match, LOL.

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Oh just incase Vista Ultimate 64 is what I am using. And it was installed without boot camp on a second drive. Just start monitoring the right input source, and you can suddenly hear the music. I posted a hopefully bearably short video on youtube to demonstrate what I tried initially and how Audacity for reasons unknown to me just works. Hopefully I will soon figure out what the problem is, but until then this provisional solution will do nicely. And of course I also hope this workaround might help someone else. There, make sure that option is ticked and click on OK.

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  4. Now start monitoring again as I demonstrate in the video and it should work! More importantly, I think I have found out what the problem is. See also this picture of the OS 9 menu where that option may be selected. So apparently this option was removed in OS X. A great pity if you ask me. But I have discovered a simple small free program that is designed specifically to enable sound pass-through on OS X.

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    In other words, much easier to use than Audacity for this purpose. Problem solved. Your email address will not be published. Laurens Voogt T LineIn screenshot.