SoundSource is Mac sound control so good, it ought to be built-in [Sponsor]
A big thanks to SoundSource from Rogue Amoeba for sponsoring BrettTerpstra.com this week. I’ve used almost every app Rogue Amoeba has made, but SoundSource has become an especially indispensable tool on my Mac. And they’re offering BrettTerpstra.com readers 20% off!
(I wrote a bit about SoundSource back in February, when I mentioned it was my top pick for audio control on my Mac.)
SoundSource gives you powerful control over all the audio on your Mac, right from your menu bar, with:
- Per-Application Volume Control
- Change the volume of any app relative to others, and play individual apps to different audio devices. Mute your browser, or send music to one set of speakers and everything else to another.
- Improved Sound Quality
- Use Magic Boost and Volume Overdrive to hear your audio even in loud environments. The built-in equalizer can sweeten the sound, and more advanced users will love the ability to apply Audio Units to any audio.
- Fast Device Access
- All the settings your Mac’s audio devices are just a click away. Adjust input and output levels, tweak the balance, and even switch sample rates, right from your menu bar.
One More Thing… If you have a DisplayPort or HDMI device that fails to offer volume adjustment, SoundSource can help there too. It gives those devices a proper volume slider, and the Super Volume Keys feature makes your keyboard volume controls work as well. Neat!
Check out SoundSource today, with a free trial! Through May 15th, BrettTerpstra.com readers can save 20% with coupon code