Rogue Amoeba Software has released Audio Hijack 1.6, an update to their audio enhancer for Mac OS X. The updated version features new plug-ins, language localization and more.
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Audio Hijack can be used to enhance the audio output of any Cocoa or Carbon application running on Mac OS X. The software adds Digital Signal Processing (DSP) capabilities to Mac OS X applications that output audio content, and can be used to record audio from Mac OS X applications too.
Practical examples of how Audio Hijack can be used include adding a low-pass filter to streaming audio from the Web, to improve quality, or turning your Mac into an alarm clock using Audio Hijack’s Timers feature. You can also record game sounds to AIFF files or rip audio from Flash movies.
Changes in 1.6 include an improved Oscilloscope plug-in. New plug-ins include Monomizer and Voiceover. Dutch and Spanish language localization has been added, and Japanese language localization has been fixed. Many bugs have been fixed, too.
Audio Hijack 1.6 is a free update for registered users. Available as a downloadable demo with a 15-day evaluation license, Audio Hijack is distributed as shareware and costs US$16 to register.