Owners of Griffin Technology Inc.’s iMic peripheral may be interested in a new software update called iMic Control. The new version provides sound shaping capabilities for the USB sound input peripheral.
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The iMic itself is a US$35 USB-based stereo audio input device. It works with any USB Macintosh and can switch between microphone or line inputs.
iMic Control 1.5 provides volume, input gain, bass and treble control to the Mac, and it runs in Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X. If you’re still using Mac OS 9, the software also enables Audio Play-Through monitoring.
Adjustable input gain control provides a way for iMic users to adjust their sound level input; it’s a useful feature for folks who are using their Macs to record voice, music, or sound. Griffin noted that the capability is an added benefit for iMovie users, since iMovie has no input gain level adjustment.
iMic Control 1.5 is ready for download from Griffin’s Web site now.