Archive for August 8th, 2015

by Tom Nelson

Audio Hijack has been one of my Mac Software Picks in the past, and for good reason. This app from Rogue Amoeba lets you record audio from just about any source on your Mac, including apps, the microphone input, analog inputs, your favorite DVD player, or streaming audio on the web.


Image courtesy of Rogue Amoeba

Audio Hijack 3 is new, with a fresh and welcome change to how it’s set up and used. I’ve used earlier versions of Audio Hijack Pro for capturing web podcasts and recording interviews performed with various VoIP apps. It’s also a great way to grab any sound from your Mac. In fact, that’s where the name comes from: the ability to hijack any sounds your system or apps may make, and funnel them into recordings you store on your Mac.

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