Meet Audio Hijack 3, my new favorite audio utility Rogue Amoeba has announced the release of Audio Hijack 3, the successor to the venerable Mac sound utility Audio Hijack Pro. This is a huge update—the first major one for Audio Hijack in ten years—and so comprehensive that this feels more like a successor to the old Audio Hijack rather than a continuation. I’ve been using Audio Hijack 3 in beta for six months now, for uses personal and professional, and I couldn’t be more impressed. This is a beautifully designed product that combines a clever and intuitive user interface with awesome power and versatility.
Audio Hijack: Record Any Audio On Mac OS X Record any audio, with Audio Hijack! Save audio from applications like iTunes, Skype or Safari, or from hardware devices like microphones and mixers. Watch this 45-second overview for more! Read on for more details or just click to download now! YouTube to MP3 Converter: Free Vevo, YouTube Converter by Amanda just have to say, one of the BEST programs out there, soo handy in a lot of ways!!! Have been using it for over 3 years and have recommended it to a few friends who ended up using it to!!! soo glad it just updates as needed and has never given me a virus unlike soo many other crappy internet music/ movie downloading programs out there!!!! NEVER STOP making this studio program guys!!! Audio Hijack 3's improved interface makes capturing audio a breeze Rogue Amoeba’s Audio Hijack Pro has been a longtime favorite of many who wish to capture sound routed through their Mac—whether from apps or audio input devices. Inventive and powerful though the app was, however, its interface could be challenging to the uninitiated. With the release of Audio Hijack 3, the company has taken a large stride forward in making the app both capable and easy to use. Jumping in
WireTap Studio for Mac WireTap Studio is a professional audio recording, editing, and management solution, allowing you to manage and manipulate your audio with ease. Discretely record from a specific application, record all of your Mac system audio simultaneously, or even record from any hardware/line-in device of your choice. After recording, edit your clips with WireTap Studio's revolutionary and completely lossless editor. Lossless master recording technology enables you to edit your recorded audio without any loss of quality or content.
JackOSX for Mac JackOSX (the Jack Audio Connection Kit for OS X) is a low-latency audio server, written originally for the GNU/Linux operating system, and now with OS X support. It can connect any number of different applications to a single hardware audio device; it also allows applications to send and receive audio to and from one another. Jack is different from other audio server efforts in that it has been designed from the ground up to be suitable for professional audio work. This means that it focuses on two key areas: synchronous execution of all clients, and low-latency operation. Jack OS X includes:
Fission 2: A Powerful Little Audio Editor As a podcaster, having an audio editing tool that is simple, quick, and easy to use is priceless. So when Rouge Amoeba, the Mac developers known for popular audio tools like Audio Hijack Pro and NiceCast announced version 2 of their Fission audio editor – I took note. Although it distinguishes itself from the crowd with the promise of “fast & lossless audio editing”, Fission still faces fierce competition from both ends of the spectrum. To carve out a meaningful niche for itself, Fission 2 needs to be a worthwhile option against the likes of professional tools like Logic Pro, and free options like Garageband or Audacity. So does it succeed?
Fission Review Posted 10/17/2012 at 12:13pm | by Steve Paris Whether you’re making a movie, building a podcast, or just pasting two MP3s together, at some point you'll want to edit an audio file on your Mac. GarageBand can handle lots of audio-related tasks, but Fission, by revered Mac developer Rogue Amoeba, can handle fast edits and format conversions much more easily. It's simply packed with useful features. First you'll load an audio file--you can’t load a video clip, so you'll have to extract a video's audio before dragging it to Fission.
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