With Loopback, moving audio between applications goes from impossible to trivial. Loopback can combine audio from any software application and any hardware device, to make a virtual source usable anywhere.
Enhance the sound of your mic on Zoom calls, or pipe in music and sound effects. Podcasters can combine a mic with audio sources like Music.app or our own soundboard app Farrago, so remote guests all hear the same thing. Gamers can record gameplay videos with both game audio and commentary. With an easy-to-understand wire-based interface, Loopback gives you all the power of a high-end studio mixing board, right inside your computer!
Download the free trial of Loopback to take a test drive! Through the end of October, 512 Pixels readers can save 20% with coupon code HACK20LB.
Michael Steeber, writing something you should take the time to read:
October marks eight years since the death of Gary Allen, a legendary figure in the Apple community. Over the span of 14 years, Gary visited more than 140 Apple Stores and meticulously documented every detail of Apple Retail design and operations on his website, ifoAppleStore.com. I’ve never taken a moment to properly recognize Gary’s contributions to the community and his impact on my life, so today I’m going to fix that.
macOS Sonoma brings with it Desktop widgets, a new screen saver and desktop experience, more powerful video conferencing tools and updates to Safari, Messages, Notes, Reminders and more. This week on MPU, David and I explore the new release and talk about how Sonoma feels a little different to recent OS updates.
This interview is as unhinged as everyone has been saying it is.
X is doomed.
If you missed the Kickstarter, or just want to order a 2024 Apple History Calendar, stickers from each of the three projects and more, now is your time!
After many hours of processing, this year’s Podcastathon is now on YouTube for your viewing pleasure:
It has taken 15 years of being a content creator, but I’ve finally been able to destroy someone in a game of Human Hungry, Hungry Hippos for a good cause!
We are fundraising through the end of September, so there’s still time to join us in the fight against childhood cancer.
Today, Apple is rolling out macOS Sonoma. Here are the system requirements:
- iMac Pro: 2017 (RIP)
- MacBook Air: 2018 and later
- MacBook Pro: 2018 and later
- Mac mini: 2018 and later
- iMac: 2019 and later
- Mac Pro: 2019 and later
- Mac Studio: All models
If your machine can run it, and the third-party apps you depend on are ready, Sonoma has been pretty solid in my testing over the summer.
As usual, I’ve got a roundup of links for you:
Some great Mac utilities have been updated for Sonoma, including Bartender, Unite, Mimestream, Dark Noise, Things and many more, including Rogue Amoeba’s apps.
Netflix’s DVD business is winding down on Friday, and Janko Roettgers has a great look at what made it tick.