Freeware Audio Connection Tool For Mac Updated

Cycling '74 updates Soundflower for use with Intel Macs      08/08/06

Freeware Audio Connection Tool For Mac Updated


Cycling '74 have released Soundflower v. 1.2 which adds Universal Binary support for Intel-based Macs.
Soundflower is a free system extension that allows users to route audio between OS X Core Audio applications. It also lets you monitor any connection with the free Soundflowerbed application.
Cycling '74 originally developed Soundflower as a way to allow applications developed with its Max/MSP audio environment to process audio originating from other programs. However, it can be used for more general audio routing tasks patching either 2- or 16-channel data at 32-bit sample depth between any applications that support standard Core Audio driver selection.
Soundflower can be selected as a 'default device' in the Audio/MIDI Setup utility for programs (such as iTunes) that do not allow the selection of a specific output device. As a result, Soundflower has found widespread use in the advanced podcasting community. Pricing and Availability:
Soundflower and Soundflowerbed are free and can be downloaded at the Cycling'74 website.
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