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So I have just realized, that my Traktor Audio 6 would use EVERY and ANY input labeled device as an input...well, duh, how could I think it'd only use the MAIN in's and out's.

But now I have the problem that, when I am live DJing, people can hear the beep-noise from my Timecode Vinyls...which is annoying.

So my question would be, is it possible to create a virtual audio device in Mac OS, by combining the in's and out's - especially the in's of another device?


Streaming Device (2 in / 0 out)
| - Traktor A6: Main Left
| - Traktor A6: Main Right

That'd be super helpful so I dont have to play around with mixer volumes and alike. :)

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I'm not overly familiar with the sort of application you're describing, but you can create “Aggregate Devices” using Audio MIDI Setup, which sounds like it might be helpful.

  1. Open Applications → Utilities → Audio MIDI Setup.
  2. Click the + button and select “Create Aggregate Device”.
  3. Use the right side panel to choose which existing inputs you want to aggregate.

I've never used this feature, so I have no idea whether it does what you want. If it's completely irrelevant, let me know and I'll delete this answer.


(Also, you might be interested to know that there is a Stack Exchange site specifically for Audio-Video Production.)

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I know of this programm - however, it'll combine all ins and outs and not just a selection of channels. However, thanks for trying to help :) – Ingwie Phoenix Jun 19 '13 at 6:02

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