Don't-Miss Audio Stories
It's a very specific app, but if you need it, it's the only way to get this option.
If you need to bundle two or more OS X audio sources to pass as input into another program, Rogue Amoeba's Loopback provides a simple, hack-free method.
The Lola’s cool design and bass-rich sound will appeal to millennials, but its audio performance falls just short of knocking more expensive headphones off their perch.
A set of three high-quality portable mics provides new variety from a major audio manufacturer for podcasting and beyond.
The king of multi-room audio retains its crown with this exceptional new flagship speaker.
Beats headphones are popular, but if you're concerned about their sound quality, consider an alternative.
USB audio support would be the icing on this delicious cake, but it sounds terrific even without it.
A portable, wireless mic records to your iPhone or iPad, designed for podcasting, interviews, and music.
This craft-built speaker supports every major wireless streaming protocol, but it’s not enough.
Exquisite design, exceptional comfort, outstanding audio performance; plus, an integrated analog amplifier you might never use.
iTunes is too frustrating to use for tagging files. Metadatics has a better set of features and is easier to use.
If you work out regularly, a good pair of fitness earbuds can be a better investment than a fitness tracker.
The audio is nothing special, but the fitness feature is.
The slimmest wireless earbuds on the market have an audio profile designed for pop.
Yurbuds’ ‘twist-lock’ technology isn’t the most comfortable means of keeping your earbuds in your ears, but it works.