How to send the audio from VoiceOver to a voice call like Google Meet, Zoom or Microsoft Teams.
Before you start, you'll need:
- Headphones — to stop speaker audio coming through your microphone.
- Install Blackhole
- Create a Multi-Output Device for your Headphones and Blackhole to receive audio
- Create an Aggregate Device to mix together your Microphone and Blackhole
- Configure VoiceOver to use Multi-Output Device
- Configure Voice Call to use Aggregate Device
1. Install Blackhole
If you have brew installed:
brew install blackhole-2ch
or follow the Blackhole installation guide.
2. Create a Multi-Output Device for your Headphones and Blackhole to receive audio
Send audio from VoiceOver to both Blackhole and your Headphones — so we can hear it ourselves.
Make sure your headphones are plugged in.
- Open the Midi Audio Device window by opening Spotlight with
Midi Audio Device.
- Create a new Multi-Output Device device by pressing the plus (
- Select Blackhole and Headphones, making sure Blackhole is first.
Do not set 'Use This Device For Sound Output', we will setup VoiceOver to use this device.
3. Create an Aggregate Device to mix together your Microphone and Blackhole
- Create a new Aggregate Device device.
- Select Blackhole and Microphone, make sure Microphone is first.
- Right-click and set the Aggregate Device as your default input.
4. Configure VoiceOver to use Multi-Output Device
- Open the VoiceOver Utility window by opening Spotlight with
- Go to the Sound tab and set the Output Device option to Multi-Output Device.
5. Configure Voice Call to use Aggregate Device
- Open your Voice Call settings and set your input to Aggregate Device.
- Ensure any Noise Cancellation is turned off.