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Mac Os X command to restart the core audio. I needed to use this in order to fix my AirPlay issue.
# You have to restart the core audio be pasting the following line into termnal
sudo kill `ps -ax | grep 'coreaudiod' | grep 'sbin' |awk '{print $1}'`
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@Buesi Buesi commented Jan 4, 2020

Awesome! Thanks so much :)

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@flyinbutrs flyinbutrs commented Jun 5, 2020

FYI, this can be done more simply as:

sudo pkill coreaudiod
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@adrienjoly adrienjoly commented Jun 6, 2020

Thank you, Daniel!

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@Buesi Buesi commented Jun 6, 2020

Thanks! Even better :)

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@crashuniverse crashuniverse commented May 9, 2021

Life saver. It has been over hundred times that I'd to restart mac until I imagined this question.

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