Audio Hijack developer Rogue Amoeba LLC is using this week’s O’Reilly Mac OS X Conference in Santa Clara, Calif. to debut
Nicecast, a new Mac OS X application that enables users of Mac OS X-based audio players to “broadcast” their own Internet radio station.
Nicecast combines Internet-based audio broadcasting and service into one application. It can play audio from virtually any Mac OS X application, including Apple’s own iTunes software. It incorporates features like real-time effects, adjustable quality levels and more.
Rogue Amoeba has released a “preview version” for download from their Web site; it costs US$30 to register ($40 after December 31, 2003). The company is also answering questions at the O’Reilly Mac OS X Conference, where they’re located at booth #3, from 10-4 today and Wednesday.