NSSound provides a blindingly simple way to play back audio asynchronously, and even provides some metadata and control over how the audio is played back.
It uses the default sound device, by default. It gives you the ability to change the output device.
According to the documentation:
- (void)setPlaybackDeviceIdentifier:(NSString *)playbackDeviceIdentifier Specifies the receiverâ€™s output device. playbackDeviceIdentifier Unique identifier of a sound output device.
That’s it. What is the “Unique identifier of a sound output device”? What format is this “Unique identifier”? How do I get a list of the “Unique identifiers” of the available output devices on my system? [more...]