Soundflower Mojave

I've been trying to feed my desktop's audio output into OBS to record it through a multi-output device of Soundflower + Built-in Output. The multi-output device seems to be running fine, but I can't feed it into OBS as input. To make a long story short, I couldn't find any proposed solution online that worked for me, and I've tried several. What do I need to do to make it work? I'm on a late 2015 iMac, running macOS Mojave 10.14.5.
Any hints or insights on this issue would be much appreciated.
All the best,
  1. Soundflower Para Mojave
  2. Soundflower Mojave Mac

Welcome to our Soundflower installation guide. Installing Soundflower on modern macOS versions can be a little complicated as kernel extensions need now to be given permissions before being loaded for the first time. So the Soundflower installer will error out on macOS High Sierra and Mojave. But this is easy to fix.

Since updating to Mojave the AU+SoundFlower method in my original post has stopped working. Since then I have been using SoundSource and it has been great. Like / Agree x 1. Nov 20, 2018 That’s why we have built a signed version of Soundflower which will work on OS X 10.10, 10.11 and the new macOS 10.12 Sierra. Here is the direct download link: Soundflower Mojave Sibelius 7 System Id Crack Software Movie Software For Windows 7 Boost Excel Add In For Mac Microsoft Office For Mac 2016 15.13.3 3planesoft 3d Screensaver Keygen Apple Internet Browser For Windows Suite Life Of Zack And Cody Season 2 Torrent Download Lounge Lizard Session Keygen Generator.

macOS 10.13 High Sierra and macOS 10.14 Mojave Soundflower Install

  1. Download the installer:
  2. Run it and perform the install
  3. The installer will tell you that it failed. This is completely normal.
  4. Open the System Preferences and go to the “Security & Privacy” settings.
  5. Click on the “Allow” button next to “MATT INGALS”.(This has to be a physical hardware click. Remote desktop connections or even local software tools like “Better Touch Tool” won’t work!)
  6. Run the installer again. This time it will run through without any problems.

Click 'Open Security Preferences'

Click on the Allow button and run the installer again.

IMPORTANT: If you can’t record from Soundflower under Mojave (the device is there but only silence is being recorded) make sure that you have given microphone access permissions to your recording app! macOS treats Soundflower like a microphone in this regard. Go to system preferences -> Privacy & Security -> Privacy -> Microphone -> [check mark next to your recording app]

See our blog post about this issue:

macOS 10.10 - 10.12 Soundflower Install

Soundflower Para Mojave

Because we’re getting this asked a lot: Here’s how you get Soundflower to work with macOS 10.12 Sierra and OS X 10.10 and 10.11…

As you know, since 10.10, OS X requires kernel extensions to be signed. Sadly the officially available version of Soundflower isn’t signed because it’s an open source project and - as far as we know - no one has volunteered to do the work and pay the $99 fee to obtain a signing certificate.

That’s why we have built a signed version of Soundflower which will work on OS X 10.10, 10.11 and the new macOS 10.12 Sierra.

Here is the direct download link:


Download the zip and run the contained installer. Even though not required you probably should restart your Mac to make sure everything got installed properly.


Please note that we can’t offer direct support for Soundflower. We just built a version you can install on macOS 10.11 and 10.12. If you encounter any problems please contact Soundflower’s developer! You can find their project page here:

Soundflower Mojave Mac

Shameless self promotion: Have you tried Vector yet? Vector is an audio editor for OS X that is designed to fit into the space between simple audio apps and full blown studio production tools. (Kinda like Cool Edit Pro for the Mac - if you are that old school).