Rekordbox Macbook Air

I am trying to stream using OBS with a MacBook Air Catalina and a Pioneer DDJ 400 USB DJ Controller.
I have installed Soundflower and followed some guides to configure but I cannot get any sound to register through OBS.
The Mac doesn’t recognise the USB controller but there was a guide I followed to use the Soundflower tool to work around this, but no matter what I try obs won’t process it.
When I look at the sound flower Input on Mac I can see the sound bar moving and it’s recognising the input. However when I select it in OBS the sound just doesn’t work, the level doesn’t move and just looks like no sound is coming through.
can someone confirm if it’s even possible to do what I am trying to achieve on a Mac with a controller and obs?

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  1. ‎remotebox is a remote control application for XDJ-R1, a model of the Pioneer DJ equipment. By connecting an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch with a DJ device by wireless LAN, that DJ device can be controlled remotely. Applicable model: XDJ-R1 Supported OS: iOS 6, iOS7 and iOS 8 iOS 4.3 and iOS 5 can be.
  2. Other DAW programmes like Abelton Live are also working but in its case, there is a performance hit. But for DJs, Rekordbox which is like an essential tool for music management - it works just fine on the MacBook Air. Again, this is another example of a pro-grade app working better than a normal PC under the Rosetta translation environment.

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However even if I am playing tunes through MacBook Air Speakers there appears to be no option for OBS to capture this either? So the controller is a MIDI device that controls the rekordbox software, the actual song is played within the application, I can even select an option in rekordbox to play through laptop as well as speakers. Drag and drop all of the tracks that you want to analyze into Rekordbox. It is important that you remember to drag every track that you plan on playing into the software, because unlike Serato, you can not properly play tracks that have not been previously analyzed.