Since 2002, Rogue Amoeba has been making amazing audio apps for the Mac. Whether you’re a podcaster, musician, or just someone who listens to audio on their Mac, Rogue Amoeba can make your life better. Whatever your audio needs, it’s a good bet they have a tool to help you. And right now, for a very limited time, you can save 20% off any purchase.
I first discovered Rogue Amoeba through Audio Hijack, the app that lets you record and manage audio in ways I never thought possible until I tried it. Over the years they’ve added more great apps to their line-up:
- Audio Hijack: Record any audio you hear on your Mac, and so much more.
- Loopback: Get ridiculously powerful audio routing to pass audio from one application to another, without needing cables or mixers.
- SoundSource: It’s the sound control that should be built into MacOS, with per-app volume and output control, audio effects on any audio, and fast audio device switching.
There’s also Airfoil (home audio streaming), Farrago (the Mac’s best soundboard app), Fission (fast and lossless audio editing), and Piezo (charmingly simple audio recording).
Just to give you a few ideas about how we are using Rogue Amoeba apps in the Sparks house, my wife uses Piezo to get the music tracks from Disneyland parades off YouTube videos. I rely on SoundSource to manage audio sources on my Mac. I use Fission for nearly all audio edits I make. More importantly, Audio Hijack is my tool of choice for podcast recording. With every show I record, I get three separate tracks: 1) me; 2) the guest; 3) the guest and me combined. They are all recorded at once, but give us the separate tracks we need to make the best possible product for our listeners. Rogue Amoeba delivers for me, every day.
Free fully-featured trials are available for all these products, right from MacAudio.com. Better still, in celebration of 20 years in business, Rogue Amoeba is offering a very rare sale. If you buy before October, you’ll save 20% off every purchase from Rogue Amoeba.
You don’t need any coupon codes or special URLs, but act fast. Just visit MacAudio.com before the end of September to save. You’ll be glad you did.