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If this will help, here is the output of my list of sources. I believe this shows my USB mic input set as the default source.
pacmd list-sources | grep -e ‘index:’ -e device.string -e ‘name:’
* index: 1
device.string = “hw:1”
device.string = “0”
device.string = “1
I installed PulseAudio but still have problems.
I now realize part of the problem is that I did not supply enough details about what I’m trying to accomplish. I have the output audio from a radio going into the mic input of a USB soundcard. I would like to hear this radio’s audio on the speakers of my Mac.
I believe PulseAudio is correctly configured with the mic input of the USB soundcard as a source. When I look at the Recording tab on pavucontrol, I see the audio varying in volume. When I reduce the volume on the radio the PulseAudio audio level in pavucontrol goes down and when I increase the volume on the radio the audio level in pavucontrol goes up. So I believe PulseAudio is capturing the audio output from the radio.
Am I misunderstanding how NoMachine’s audio forwarding works? Is the audio from the PulseAudio mic input on my Pi not going to be forwarded to my Mac? Is there a way to redirect this input audio stream on the Pi so that I can hear it on the Mac?
No, I do not have PulseAudio installed on the Pi. Thank you. I will give this a try and get back to you.