Saturday, February 1, 2014

Hands On: Audio Hijack Pro 2.10.9

Hands On: Audio Hijack Pro 2.10.9 - In the beginning, there was no way to get audio into a Mac, other than a costly serial bus peripheral. Not long after that, the Cupertino engineers struck, and added a conventional 1/8-inch jack for a microphone to Apple's line of computers. With the iPod came a new invention -- the podcast. Apple's built-in recording software is functional, but leaves a bit to be desired especially when capturing audio from applications like Skype or iTunes. In September of 2002, the developers that would become Rogue Amoeba released Audio Hijack Pro -- possibly the first entry-level capture tool for OS X ...

(Via MacNN | The Macintosh News Network.)

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