Name: Audio Hijack
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.9 or later
Block connections to: rogueamoeba.com
MultiGen (Jan 2015) courtesy of C.O.R.E.
Audio Hijack 3.0.1
Released on 2015-01-28
Enhancement: When a Session is running, Recorder Blocks now show "Stopped" on their face when a File Limit is hit or the Block is turned off.
Enhancement: The "Line2" and "Zoom" apps are now supported as VoIP input sources.
Enhancement: The default file name for recordings has been updated to include date and time tokens.
Enhancement: Ducking now quickly fades audio in and out, rather than doing hard, instant adjustments.
Critical Bug Fix: An issue where audio could get crackly and eventually stop playing through properly has been fixed.
Critical Bug Fix: A rare but serious bug where Audio Hijack could pinwheel and die at the end of a recording has been corrected.
Bug Fix: We crushed an irritating bug where text fields in the Recordings tab would lose focus with each keystroke.
Bug Fix: Recorders which hit a File Limit will now correctly resume after either the Block or the Session is toggled off and back on.
Bug Fix: A disabled timer could stop a recording currently being made by another timer. That is really silly, and now, it's gone.
Bug Fix: Importing of old Sessions is now more robust, and correctly imports all timers and tags.
Bug Fix: Improvements to latency have been made, particularly to prevent latency growth. Further improvements to latency issues are expected in future versions.
Bug Fix: Variables in Recorder Block tags and file names are now properly expanded, to fix both omitted fields and issues with expansion.
Bug Fix: When a Recorder Block has variables in multiple fields which refer to one another, this is now handled sensibly. As well, variables in Recorder Block tags can no longer incorrectly refer back to themselves.
Bug Fix: A rare issue where Blocks could leave, well, droppings, has been corrected. Honestly, it looked like the Block had defecated. It was hilarious, but wrong.
Bug Fix: Recorder presets now correctly save all settings and tags (excluding artwork).
Bug Fix: Tooltips were sometimes lagging behind reality, but they've been given a speed boost.
Bug Fix: Editing controls in some Audio Unit plugin views would cause the popover to drag. No more!
Bug Fix: 24-bit Wav recordings now work as expected.
Accessibility improvement: The first block pasted into the Audio Grid is now properly selected and described by VoiceOver.
Accessibility improvement: The disclosure buttons for advanced sections in popovers and library sub-sections are now skipped by VoiceOver. These sections automatically expand on VoiceOver-interact. The buttons were poorly described, and of no value to VoiceOver users.
Accessibility improvement: Schedule times were incorrectly read by VoiceOver, which could be very, very confusing! They'll now be read correctly.
Accessibility improvement: The "Hide Library" button (which hides the library from VoiceOver navigation, as well as visually) is now correctly labeled for VoiceOver.
Accessibility improvement: Animations of blocks adding, deleting, or moving Blocks are now disabled when VoiceOver is in use, to avoiding confusing VoiceOver. Animations resume when Audio Hijack is restarted.
Full Release Notes: http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/releasenotes.php
Audio Hijack (was Audio Hijack Pro) drastically changes the way you use audio on your computer, giving you the freedom to listen to audio when you want and how you want. Record and enhance any audio with Audio Hijack - it's the cornerstone of your digital audio experience.
Audio Hijack will allow you to record any application's audio, from Internet streams to DVD audio and everywhere in between. If your machine can play it, Audio Hijack can record it. And that's not all - Audio Hijack will also enhance any audio, using industry-standard VST and AudioUnit audio effects to make your music sound incredible. Record. Enhance. Enjoy!
More Info: http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijackpro/