Panic has released
a new collection
of faces for its popular MP3 application Audion. The collection includes 120 new skins, which you can apply to the digital music software to give it a custom look.
With Apple’s own iTunes software such a dominant presence in the Mac MP3 software market right now, some users may be wondering if there’s a future for other software — especially products like Audion, which incur a registration charge. So to take the bull by the horns, Panic co-founders Cabel and Steven offered some direct comments about the future of Audion.
“We realize that there are an awful lot of dedicated Audion users out there who demand the innovative, unique and interesting features we’ve always provided in Audion — the kind of ideas that aren’t likely to be added elsewhere,” they said.
The company has announced that a major new revision to Audion, Audion 3, is current in beta testing. Panic plans to make the software available for download “as soon as [they] possibly can.” Although the company’s staying mum on specifics of what’s different, they said that Audion 3 sports a lot of features and changes that existing Audion users have requested.