Since MacOS does not provide a native way for EaseText Audio to Text Converter to access the internal/system audio, a third party solution called BlackHole is required. BlackHole is a modern, open source virtual audio driver for MacOS that is commonly used to route audio to different applications. The following tutorial shows you how to install BlackHole and allow audio access on Mac.
Step 1: Download and install BlackHole
Download BlackHole(a pkg file) from the following links on your computer. Then double click the pkg file to finish the installation.
Go to your Mac Finder->Applications -> Utilities and then launch the "Audio MIDI Setup.app".
Click the "+" button and then choose "Create Multi-Output Device" menu.
1). Uncheck the default Audio Device.
2). Check "[Your Mac's] Speaker" and "BlackHole 2ch".
3). Set the Master Devide as "[Your Mac's] Speaker".
4). Enable BlackHole 2ch's Drift Correction option.
Now that we have our multi-output device ready, it needs to be set as the Mac’s system default output. This can be done by opening System Preferences > Sound > Output, and then select the “Multi-Output Device”.