MuteMyMic
MuteMyMic 1.9.2
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Control input volume from your status bar.   Demo ($1.99)
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MuteMyMic provides you with an easy way to control Input Volume from the status bar or via keyboard shortcuts.

Keyboard shortcuts:
  • (F5) - decrease volume
  • (F6) - increase volume
  • (option+F5) - mute/unmute
  • (option+F6)- maximize volume
Application works in a background and allows you to control the Input Volume with a single key or mouse click while at the same time you can enjoy your favorite applications that require your mic. Now, you can adjust volume of your Internet phone calls right from the keyboard shortcuts. Since
What's New
Version 1.9.2:

Note: Version 1.9.2 is currently available for purchase in the App Store; the Demo is version 1.9.1.

  • Bug fix: fixed issue with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion notifications
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.6 or later



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kelahcim (developer) commented on 10 Jan 2012
Red muted icon is so cool!
[Version 1.5]

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Michal Konrad Owsiak (developer) replied on 17 May 2012
MuteMyMic 1.7.1 will be free to download at App Store for few days. Make sure to download it :)
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Macbond commented on 10 Jan 2012
Mute startup sound?
[Version 1.5]

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Michal Konrad Owsiak (developer) replied on 10 Jan 2012
Hello Macbond,

unfortunately my app mutes only input sources (microphone, etc.).

If you are advanced user, check out something called Startup Items. If you don't feel comfortable with system administration there is an app for muting startup sound StartupSound.prefPane

Hope this helps.
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Jimw commented on 01 Nov 2011
This is already built in to OSX. In the Sound control panel in System Preferences. simply check the box labeled "Show Volume in Menu Bar". Holding down the Option key will allow you to choose the Input/Output device or Sound Preferences. If you need a keyboard shortcut you can probably create one under the Keyboard control panel in System Preferences.

Otherwise feel free to throw away a dollar on this app.
[Version 1.2]

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Michal Konrad Owsiak (developer) replied on 03 Nov 2011
Hello Jimw,

you are right, showing Volume Control is possible through the system preferences, however, you won't be able to control input volume :(

This is the place where this app takes over the control :)
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Michal Konrad Owsiak (developer) replied on 24 Jan 2012
Hello Jim, as far as I recall Volume Controller do not control Input volume.

>If you need a keyboard shortcut you
>can probably create one under
>the Keyboard control panel in System Preferences.

I can read in your profile that you are experienced with Macs. Can you point me to resources where I can read how to set Input Volume hot-keys? Thanks!
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Jimw replied on 24 Jan 2012
Actually you don't need to try to remember another shortcut key; just hold down the shift key when clicking on the Apple volume control menu icon and you can set the input volume directly with the slider. The only prefs that can't be set with the Apple sound icon are is the actual sound. For this Apple conveniently provides direct access to Sound Preferences.
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kelahcim (developer) commented on 15 Sep 2011
Useful :)
[Version 1.0]


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Tom E. Gun commented on 22 Aug 2011
Here it says it requires at least Mac OS X 10.6, application says it requires 10.7.

Why no compatibility for 10.5? Why can such a simple tool possible need 10.7+ to run???
[Version 1.0]

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Michal Konrad Owsiak (developer) replied on 23 Aug 2011
Hi,

I can prepare a special build for you that will require 10.5. Please contact me directly via www.mutemymic.com
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Michal Konrad Owsiak (developer) replied on 23 Aug 2011
"Here it says it requires at least Mac OS X 10.6" - correct, you are right. This was an error due to incorrect settings within project.

Please try following link: http://mutemymic.com/MuteMyMic-10.5.pkg
There are currently no troubleshooting comments. If you are experiencing a problem with this app, please post a comment.


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kelahcim rated on 03 Nov 2011

[Version 1.2]


Downloads:1,817
Version Downloads:204
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Demo
Date:01 Dec 2012
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $1.99
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MuteMyMic provides you with an easy way to control Input Volume from the status bar or via keyboard shortcuts.

Keyboard shortcuts:
  • (F5) - decrease volume
  • (F6) - increase volume
  • (option+F5) - mute/unmute
  • (option+F6)- maximize volume
Application works in a background and allows you to control the Input Volume with a single key or mouse click while at the same time you can enjoy your favorite applications that require your mic. Now, you can adjust volume of your Internet phone calls right from the keyboard shortcuts. Since version 1.7 MuteMyMic is integrated with Growl, it will notify you each time input volume was changed by other applications.

There is a new feature - "force mute". Whenever MuteMyMic determines that microphone was unmuted it will mute it again (this feature can be enabled/disable via Preferences panel).


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