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No matter what my computer's output settings are, the Spotify app will *always* play through my laptop's speakers. All other apps are able to be played through headphones, a bluetooth speaker, my Scarlett 18i8, etc. but no matter my output settings, Spotify will only play through built-in output.
I've tried a clean reinstall of the app and that didn't help. Have tried opening Spotify with an external device like headphones already connected and that didn't help either. Any insight? I am thoroughly bamboozled.
Macbook Pro 2019
Solved! Go to Solution.
Solved! I used Rogue Amoeba's Loopback to route Spotify into a livestream I was running a few weeks ago. When I quit the program, it left the routing in place and defaulted to my Macbook speakers. I re-opened Loopback and turned off the alternate output and that fixed the issue.