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Sound Control Beta Release Notes

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Version 2.6.0b11

  • Fixed loss of audio with small render buffer sizes. (e.g. youtube in Safari)
  • Fixed a hang that could happen when unplugging headphones on M1 Macs.

Version 2.6.0b10

  • Eliminated added latency for many output devices.
  • Now works on 11.1.
  • Eliminated delay in adding apps to the menu list.
  • Reduced CPU use.

Version 2.6.0b9

  • Fixed an issue on M1 Macs that could lead to noise being played.
  • Fixed issue that caused volume adjustments to only affect the left audio channel.
  • Fixed Touch Bar support.
  • Volumes are now saved and restored properly for the Master Volume.

Version 2.6.0b8

  • Big Sur: Addressed issue where Sound Control couldn’t be turned on.

Version 2.6.0

  • Added support for Big Sur (macOS 11.0).
  • Now includes support for Apple Silicon Macs.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in some WINE apps now showing up properly (Final Fantasy XIV).
  • Updated device icons on Big Sur.
  • Added support for Corsair headsets with iCue software installed.
  • Fixed volume control for devices that don’t have native volume
  • Volume change beeps are now played on the device selected for routing.
  • Now requires macOS 10.14 (Mojave) or later.

Sound Siphon Beta Release Notes

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Version 3.3.0b11

  • Fixed loss of audio with small render buffer sizes. (e.g. youtube in Safari)
  • Fixed a hang that could happen when unplugging headphones on M1 Macs.

Version 3.3.0b10

  • Eliminated added latency for many output devices.
  • Now works on 11.1.
  • Reduced CPU use.

Version 3.3.0b9

  • Fixed an issue on M1 Macs that could lead to noise being played.
  • Fixed issue that caused volume adjustments to only affect the left audio channel.

Version 3.3.0b1:

  • Big Sur: Addressed issue where the captured output device couldn’t be enabled.

Version 3.3.0

  • Added support Big Sur (macOS 11.0).
  • Now includes support for Apple Silicon Macs.
  • Added support for Corsair headsets with iCue software installed.
  • Now using red dot instead of spinning progress to indicate a device in use.
  • Fixed a problem with audio capture when Sound Siphon app hasn’t been launched.
  • Now requires macOS 10.14 (Mojave) or later.

How do I adjust the volume for applications captured?

By Sound Siphon FAQs
  1. Click on the “Preview Volumes” button.
  2. Listen to and adjust the volumes of the applications captured.
  3. When you are done adjusting the volumes click “Save Volumes”.

While you are editing the volumes the audio you hear is the post-mix audio. The volume sliders are enabled and a level meter is shown. If “Mixed Stereo” is enabled you will only see one post-mix level meter.

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