Rogue Amoeba Software
has released Audio Hijack 1.5, a new version of its software developed to enhance the audio output of any Mac OS X-native application.
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Audio Hijack adds digital signal processing (DSP) effects to any Carbon or Cocoa application running on Mac OS X that outputs audio content. What’s more, the software can also be used to record audio output from your applications to AIFF files. You can use Audio Hijack to equalize audio from DVD Player or RealOne, for example, or improve audio quality on Internet radio streams. You can also use Virtual Studio Technology (VST) plug-ins with any application.
Changes in Audio Hijack 1.5 include a new Timers feature, which can be used to record Internet streams that air at inconvenient times. You can also detach the Plug-ins Windows for fast access to plug-ins settings; target files; and view VU and Menu Bar meters, as well as Oscilloscope.
Audio Hijack 1.5 has also been localized in four different languages, sports passive version checking, and features new “SmartChip” technology.
Available for 15-day free evaluation, Audio Hijack costs US$16 to register.