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Sound Control 2.0.3 Release Notes

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Sound Control 2 is a FREE upgrade to owners of Sound Control 1.

  • Now works on macOS High Sierra.
  • No longer shows the menu when launched at login. Manually opening the app still shows the menu.
  • Now controls apps that use 32-bit webkit plugins. (e.g. Radiant Player)
  • Added “Do Not Disturb” feature.
  • Fixed a hang in the audio system that could happen after an extended period of time.

 

Sound Control 2.0.2 Release Notes

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Sound Control 2 is a FREE upgrade to owners of Sound Control 1.

  • Added ability to disable clipping protection. Do so at your own risk.
  • Fixed a location where audio device name wasn’t displayed consistently.
  • Added priority list for managing the default output device as devices are plugged in.
  • Added default input control to menu.
  • Fixed audio processing for devices with multiple output streams. (Such as M-Audio FastTrack Pro)
  • Safari Technology Preview volume can now be controlled.
  • Can now control volume of non-system accessory apps such as Be Focused Pro.
  • Added a welcome on first launch.
  • Menu is now displayed at launch to make it more clear that Sound Control is running.
  • Opening Sound Control when it is already running now displays the menu to indicate Sound Control is already running.
  • Adjusting sliders now plays audible according to user’s preference.

 

Sound Control 1.0.1 Release Notes

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  • Fixed issue where software-based volume was muting at too high of a dB value.
  • Added “Other Apps” to control other apps that aren’t specifically listed, such as Finder and background processes.
  • EQ is now applied to applications by default. This behavior can be disabled in the Equalizer menu.
  • Remove button now changes to Add button when an item is excluded.
  • Now works with bluetooth devices (and other high latency) devices.
  • Fixed some daemon crashes.
  • Fixed issue where volume change beeps and system beeps were truncated.
  • Better audio synchronization.
  • Now falls back to built-in audio if the selected output device is unplugged.
  • Reduced CPU use.
  • Now prefers the last output device selected by the user. Helpful for HDMI displays that are turned on and off.
  • Addressed an issue where settings and registration could be reset.
  • Addressed issue that could lead to audio skipping.

 

 

Sound Siphon 2.0.4 Release Notes

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Sound Siphon 2 is a FREE UPGRADE for those that have already purchased Sound Siphon 1.x.

  • Fixed issue where software-based volume was muting at too high of a dB value.
  • Added “Other Apps” to control other apps that aren’t specifically listed, such as Finder and background processes.
  • EQ is now applied to applications by default. This behavior can be disabled in the Equalizer menu.
  • Remove button now changes to Add button when an item is excluded.
  • Now works with bluetooth devices (and other high latency) devices.
  • Fixed some daemon crashes.
  • Fixed issue where volume change beeps and system beeps were truncated.
  • Better audio synchronization.
  • Now falls back to built-in audio if the selected output device is unplugged.
  • Added option to remember recording timer settings.
  • Fixed issue where pause would stay on between recordings.
  • Reduced CPU use.
  • Now prefers the last output device selected by the user. Helpful for HDMI displays that are turned on and off.
  • Addressed an issue where settings and registration could be reset.
  • Addressed issue that could lead to audio skipping.

Sound Siphon 2.0.3 Release Notes

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Sound Siphon 2 is a FREE UPGRADE for those that have already purchased Sound Siphon 1.x.

  • Fixed an issue capturing audio from some java apps, including Blackboard Collaborate.
  • All volumes now use a logarithmic curve instead of linear.
  • Fixed an issue that caused aggregate devices to pile up.
  • Added an option (with warning) to disable feedback protection when previewing levels.
  • Added option to mix all channels of an input together creating mono-stereo type audio.
  • Fixed an issue that caused distorted audio when playing audio from YouTube.
  • Fixed a coreaudiod crash that could occur when editing input devices or changing Sound Siphon’s sample rate.