This has to be the most painful set up on my Mac I have ever endured!!
Since my last post, I have made the following changes...Audio MIDISettings: Aggregate DeviceAudio MIDISettings: Multi-Output DeviceZoiper PreferencesSoundFlower Menu
Per your advice, I tried recording using QuickTime Player.
First I did a test with me just speaking into the headset and that seems to work.
Next I tried recording some music from VLC and that seems to be okay.
Next I tried speaking over some music off of VLC and that is okay.
Then I called Dell Computers and let the automated lady talk and then interrupted her and spoke and then she responded back and that seems okay.
Some small progress...
But here is the sticking point...I still cannot get Audacity to work?!Audacity Settings - Scenario #1
(This will record music off of VLC, but not my voice as I speak into my headset...)Audacity Settings - Scenario #2
(This will record my voice as I speak into the headset, but will not record music off of VLC...)
I also tried setting Audacity's Record Device to "SoundFlower (2ch)" but that doesn't help either?!
Yes, I could just use QuickTime Player, however, Audacity is more familiar to me, and it is much more robust, and so I would just assume capture VoIP conversation in Audacity so I can edit and manipulate the conversation in one place!!
How can I fix this??