I want to capture 10 internet audio streams all at the same time and record each into its own synchronized audio file using Audio Hijack. I'm recording 10 different live language interpretations for an upcoming event. AH will allow me to start the recording simultaneously and keep everything in synch.
I know how to launch multiple instances (copies) of the same browser. They show up as separate running apps for Audio Hijack source blocks, but they all are providing a sum of all running app instances.
Alternatively, I can find 4 or 5 Mac browsers (Safari, Opera, Chrome, Firefox, etc.) and record 5 at a time ... but then I need a second computer to capture the next 5.
Any ideas on how to have each Safari instance provide only its own audio feed to AH?
You can try using the tabs feature in Safari.
@blue Thanks, but how does…
@blue Thanks, but how does that separate the audio into Audio Hijack? Audio Hijack cannot see tabs so it won't be able to distinguish and isolate the audio on each tab.
I'll have to test this out
I don't see why this shouldn't be possible.
Unite from BZ Apps is a…
Unite from BZ Apps is a perfect solution. It turns a browser window into a standalone app. Audio Hijack sees and processes each app separately.
Why don't you try to use LoopBack?
think LoopBack is a very good option for you. 我
How would I configure…
How would I configure LoopBack?
Unite with chrome?
Will unite work with chrome instead of safari? Because sometimes, I want to record two different channels with youtube TV, and AH, which youtube TV only works with chrome. So that would be perfect if unite worked.