Rogue Amoeba does amazing things with your Mac audio — Macworld|iWorld 2014

Rogue Amoeba makes working with audio on the Mac ridiculously easy. Whether it's capturing a stream and recording it, pausing and playing audio live, making quick edits, or just putting the sound you want, where you want, including on the internet, Audio Hijack Pro, Piezo, Intermission, Fission, AirFoil, and Nicecast have you covered.

Live from Macworld|iWorld 2014 I talk to Paul Kafasis about what's new, and why, some 7 years later, Apple and the App Store still aren't giving him the access he needs to make the same great apps for iOS.

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pattylt says:

I am very audio ignorant. The website had a little free program to create ringtones that I thought I would give a whirl. Is there a way to easily convert iTunes music to aac format? I'd love to be knowledgable enough to need his great looking software. Ringtones is pretty much my limit at the moment.

ckugo says:

Maybe he should try his luck on Cydia???? An iOS app that could stream to multiple AirPlay devices is greatly needed.

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asuperstarr says:

This is awesome! Thanks for sharing. Eventually we will only need to see the doctor to have blood work. Everything else can be done at the convenience of your own home.

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