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You’re going to have to split the signal at some point, be it on the SCART side of the OSSC or the HDMI side. If you split on the SCART side, you’ll need a SCART distribution amp/splitter (try here), a male-to-male SCART lead (to hook the splitter to the OSSC), something like this to get audio out of the splitter, and a stereo RCA to RCA/3.5mm TRS/whatever cable. I think the main downside here is complication of the analogue portion, which may lead to interference and/or loss of quality.
If you split on the HDMI end (assuming your capture card doesn’t have a loop-out port), you’ll probably need an HDMI splitter, an HDMI audio extractor (or an AVR with speakers), two additional HDMI cables, and whatever audio cable you’d need to connect the extractor to your audio setup.
(Edit: Oof, those link styles.)