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Audio Hijack 3.3.2

Rogue Amoeba has released Audio Hijack 3.3.2, which corrects a critical bug when running in macOS 10.12 Sierra where deleting blocks could cause an exception in Core Animation and leave the user interface in an inconsistent state. The popular audio recording utility also improves how the app displays the disappearance of an audio device, ensures the left and right arrows work in the Sessions tab, makes adjustments so FaceTime can be captured in Sierra, and adds support for the Avaya Spark app as a VoIP input source. Additionally, Audio Hijack now requires Instant On to capture audio from iTunes due to changes made in iTunes 12.5 — a prompt will appear if necessary. ($49 new with a 20 percent discount for TidBITS members, free update, 16.2 MB, release notes, 10.9+)

Check out the Take Control ebooks that expand on the topic in this article:

In this 119-page book, you'll learn how to use Rogue Amoeba's Audio Hijack 3 to capture and enhance any audio coming out of your Mac, whether it's your own voice via a microphone, a streaming radio show in Safari, or audio from a DVD. Audio expert Kirk McElhearn covers a variety of scenarios - including recording Skype calls, digitizing LPs, and making podcasts - and provides a bonus chapter about editing your recordings in Rogue Amoeba's Fission audio editor.

 

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