SounceSource lets you adjust your input, output, and sound-effects devices and volume settings in mere moments, right from the menu bar. Enable soft play-thru of input devices to your desired output, so you can hear sound coming in through any microphone or other source. With SoundSource, you get fast access to your Mac’s most important audio settings.
- Instant Audio-Device Switching – With just two clicks, you can switch the audio devices your Mac is using for input, output, and even sound effects.
- Fast Volume Control – SoundSource provides easy access to the volume controls for your audio devices as well.
- Audio Play-Thru, Too – SoundSource’s Play-Thru window makes it easy to monitor the audio coming from any input device.
- Comprehensive – SoundSource gives you one place to go for all Mac’s most important audio controls.
- At Your Fingertips – With SoundSource running in your menu bar, your audio controls are always available.
- Lightweight – When you don’t need SoundSource, it stays out of your way.
- Improvements and Fixes With ACE 11.1.4
The Audio Capture Engine (ACE) has been updated to 11.1.4, fixing a rare crash, and several issues related to aggregate devices.
- An issue where SoundSource could fail to properly save volume-related settings for default applications has been resolved.
- Initial playback to a re-directed Bluetooth output could previously fail, resulting in audio temporarily playing to the wrong output device. This issue has been resolved.
- Previously, the current system output could erroneously appear disconnected in rare cases. This issue has now been fixed.
- The menu bar icon no longer incorrectly shows as active on secondary displays when using MacOS 10.14 and lowers.
- A rare bug where the application “Remove” button could get stuck showing after the mouse had left the main window has been fixed.
- The initial display of a popover that's using a generic display will no longer trigger any On/Off toggle switches to animate from off to on unnecessarily.
- The software update button in the Preferences window has been updated, and it's text altered slightly. As well, option-clicking the button will now cause it to check for Developer News, just as it does in other Rogue Amoeba applications.
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor