Griffin Technology has released the iMic Control utility. The software is used in conjunction with Griffin’s iMic USB audio device. Presently released as a beta version, iMic Control is ready for download free of charge.
The iMic is designed to enable any USB-equipped Mac to input audio, and iMic Control adds functionality not previously seen. Griffin’s new beta release of iMic Control adds output control over bass, treble, volume, mute and balance. Users also get audio input gain control.
“The input and output processing is handled by the iMic’s built in DSP which means that changing the output tone or input gain does not use any additional processing power from your computer,” said Griffin Technology. “Further, since these functions are handled on the adapter, they work within any application. That means users of programs like iTunes can now have greater control of their audio output than was previously available.”
iMic is available for US$35, and can be purchased through catalog and online resellers, via Griffin’s Web site, and from the Apple store.
Download iMic Control 1.0b6