Record Internal Audio Mac Ventura | What's New?

Apple released the new macOS system, macOS Ventura. Is there anything different related to recording audio on your Mac? How can you record internal audio mac Ventura? What can you do if you can't record audio on Mac? In this article, you will get all the answers.

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Melissa Lee

Updated on Feb 04, 2024

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"macOS Ventura makes the things you do most on Mac even better, with powerful new ways to get more done, share and collaborate in your favorite apps, immerse yourself in next‑level games, and take full advantage of your other devices."

Apple launched macOS Ventura in October and said the words above on its website. Is it true that this new version makes the things you do on Mac better, like recording audio? What's new in this new operating system relating to audio settings and devices? How can I record internal audio on Mac with simple steps? If you have questions like these, read ahead to get more information now.

What's New in Audio Recording in macOS Ventura?

Usually, if you want to record the system audio, you just need to use proper audio recording software on your Mac. However, if you want to record the audio with some third-party devices or you want to record the sound from an extra device, you may need to connect the device to your Mac computer first.

And the problem comes here, macOS Ventura doesn't support firewire-connected devices.

Apple's Firewire CoreAudio driver has been discontinued on macOS 13 Ventura. This affects any device that connects via Firewire to your computer. Therefore, it's better to record only the internal audio with software or don't upgrade to macOS Ventura.

Changes Related to Mac Ventura Audio

Can't Record Audio in macOS Ventura?

After knowing the difference between recording audio in macOS Ventura and recording in the former systems, you may start recording now. However, if you didn't make it, you may follow the steps to solve your problem and start again.

Adjust macOS Ventura Audio Settings

Step 1. Quit the app you were using to record audio.

Step 2. Go to "Apple menu" > "System Settings" and click on "Privacy & Security".

Step 3. Click "Microphone" to continue.

Step 4. Turn on the options for each app that needs access to the built-in mic or an external USB mic.

Step 5. Open the audio recording app and try to record again.

Note:
If, unfortunately, you're using an external mic to record audio and it's still not working, check with the manufacturer of your device for software updates.

Record Internal Audio Mac Ventura

In this part, we will show you how to record internal audio on Mac running macOS Ventura. Here we give you three feasible apps that can be used to record internal audio Mac Ventura. Now, let's take a look at them one by one.

Method 1. EaseUS RecExperts

The first tool we give you is EaseUS RecExperts and we list it as No.1 for a reason. It is an outstanding Mac screen recorder that allows users to capture internal audio, record sound from a microphone or other external devices with a few simple clicks.

Moreover, this audio recorder for Windows and Mac lets you adjust the format, bitrate, sample rate, and much more before recording so you can control the quality of your recordings. Once the recording is done, you can extract audio from the video with the built-in editing tools.

Main Features:

Now, you can download this tool from the button below.

Check the steps of recording internal audio macOS Ventura with EaseUS RecExperts.

Step 1. Launch EaseUS RecExperts on your computer, and click "Audio" (looks like a speaker) on the left side of the main interface.

Record Audio

Step 2. To record the internal audio, you need to select the "System sound" option on the next window. You can adjust the volume by clicking on "System sound" > "Advanced options".

Go to Advanced Settings

Step 3. Next, click on the red "REC" button to begin your recording. While recording, you can pause or stop the recording by clicking on the according buttons.

Pause or Stop Recording

Step 4. Once done, you can find the recordings in the pop-up recording list window.

Recording List Window

Method 2. QuickTime

There is an inbuilt program on your Mac that can be used to record the internal audio on your Mac. And it is called QuickTime Player. As a media player, it can not only play multimedia files but also do things like recording internal audio or screen recording on Mac with a few clicks.

With the QuickTime Player, you can make audio recordings of your Mac with simple clicks. You can record the internal sound if you have configured Soundflower before. Just follow the steps below to record internal audio in macOS Ventura.

Record with QuickTime

Step 1. Search for "QuickTime Player" on your Mac and open it.

Step 2. Then, click on "File" at the top menu bar and select "New Audio Recording". Click the down-arrow icon next to the record button and choose a source.

Step 3. Hit the record button to start recording. When you are done, click the "Stop Recording" button to finish.

Step 4. You can play the audio after recording and save it to the place you want.

Method 3. Audacity

Audacity is a free internal and streaming audio recorder with basic editing features. It lets you record both system audio and microphone sound. Before recording, you can customize the settings to make the recorded audio better. After recording, you can edit the recorded files by cutting, copying, pasting, etc.

Moreover, it allows you to export your recordings with high quality in many different file formats so you can play them on different devices even if they have different restriction standards regarding file format.

Record with Audacity

Step 1. Open System Preferences and click "Sound" > "Output" to set Soundflower (2ch) as the audio source.

Step 2. Go to Audacity Preferences and choose Soundflower (2ch) as the recording device. Once done, you can play the audio inside any app on your Mac.

Step 3. Open Audacity and click the "Record" button to start recording. Hit the button again to stop recording.

FAQs about Recording Internal Audio Mac Ventura

Check the frequently asked questions and their answers together now!

1. How do I record internal audio on my Mac with Big Sur?

You need to follow the steps below to adjust settings and record.

  1. 1. Go to the Apple menu and System Preferences, then click "Security & Privacy".
  2. 2. Click "Microphone" in the "Privacy" pane.
  3. 3. Select the app that needs access to the built-in mic, an external USB mic, etc.
  4. 4. Open the app and try to record audio.

2. Can QuickTime Player record internal audio?

Yes, if you have installed Soundflower, just click "File" and choose "New Audio Recording" to start recording internal audio.

3. How do I record internal and external audio on Mac?

We suggest you download and use EaseUS RecExperts to record internal and external audio on Mac, the newest macOS Ventura supported.

Conclusion

In this article, we showed you the changes related to audio recording in macOS Ventura and gave you three feasible ways to record internal audio in it. It's better to read all the information about them before choosing.

Among all the recorders, EaseUS RecExperts is most recommended as it can be used to record the screen, internal audio, mic sound, webcam, and gameplay on your Mac computer. Download it by clicking the button below.

EaseUS RecExperts

One-click to capture anything on screen!

No Time Limit, No watermark

Start Recording

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