Sound Control 2.7.0 with support for macOS Ventura (13.0) is now available for testing.
If you are interested in trying the beta out, you can sign up for the Sound Control beta list at staticz.com/soundcontrol/beta.
Version 2.7.0 Changes:
- Initial support for macOS Ventura (13.0).
- The next update will require macOS 10.15 or later.
- Much better keyboard control in the menu. Can use minus and plus keys to increment volume of the highlighted app/device.
- Added option to remove controlled apps from the menu.
- Selecting an EQ from the menu no longer dismisses the menu.
- Toggling between volume, EQ, balance, and routing now uses Command – 1,2,3,4 respectively.
- Added hotkey for selecting specific devices.
- Better volume curve for output devices that don’t have hardware volume controls.
- Can now control System Text to Speech independently.
- Fixed an issue that caused AirPods to disappear from the priority list when disconnected.
- Fixed an issue that could cause Firefox to show up as “plugin-container”.
- Fixed a memory leak in the plugin.
- Fixed some bugs related to external displays and sleeping.
- Better menu positioning when activating Sound Control from the dock.
- Some UI performance improvements.
- Can now select multiple apps for changes. Shift-click each app and then make changes.
- Fixed issue where 31 band EQ wasn’t updating immediately when adjusting sliders.
- Support for higher sample rates > 192khz.