Soundflower is an open source kernel extension for MacOS, designed to create a virtual audio output device that can also act as an input.
Initial support for the development and maintenance of Soundflower was provided by Cycling '74. In 2014, Cycling '74 passed stewardship of Soundflower to Rogue Amoeba, and we maintained a fork of the project. Unfortunately, we haven't had the time and resources to devote to improving the product.
Thankfully, at the end of 2015, Soundflower's original author Matt Ingalls picked up the baton. We expect he'll be providing some updates to Soundflower in the near future, via this GitHub link.
If you're looking to use Soundflower, that's the link to check out!
If you've previously used Soundflower, or are simply looking for a tool to route audio between applications on your Mac, you may be interested in Loopback.
Loopback is a modern, fully-featured virtual audio device tool of our own. With full support and a robust infrastructure, it's the ideal tool for passing audio between applications and more. Get more information over on the Loopback page.