Sound Siphon
Sound Siphon
3.2.4

5.0

Sound Siphon free download for Mac

Sound Siphon3.2.4

28 July 2020

Capture your Mac's audio in any app.

Overview

Sound Siphon makes your Mac’s audio output available as an audio input device. It allows you to send audio from one application to another, where it can be processed, streamed, or recorded. It's as simple as selecting a microphone in your favorite app. Sound Siphon works with Core Audio to provide this capability to all of your audio apps. As such, it easily integrates into any existing audio-production environment.

Features:
  • Capture all of your Mac's audio
  • Capture specific application audio
  • Independently adjust the levels of each application
  • Capture application audio mixed together as stereo audio
  • Capture discretely with each application's audio in its own channels
  • Mute captured applications while capturing

What's new in Sound Siphon

Version 3.2.4:
  • Can no longer select a Sound Siphon virtual device as the monitoring device.
  • Reduced CPU use.
  • Fixed UI restoration of selected device and selected tab.
  • Fixed a crash in the Sound Siphon app.
  • Added support for Zoom Thunderbolt audio devices.
  • Fixed sample rate mismatch when capturing audio playing to Bluetooth devices.
  • Last version to support macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) and 10.12 (Sierra).

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How would you rate Sound Siphon app?

6 Reviews of Sound Siphon

Fariborz
14 June 2018
Version: 3.0.0

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I realized that version 3.0 would not accept my previous version 2.0 serial number. I therefore concluded that it’s a paid upgrade but there is no indication on how to do this. Does this mean that old users have to pay the full price? Thanks.
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Fariborz
14 June 2018
Version: 3.0.0
I realized that version 3.0 would not accept my previous version 2.0 serial number. I therefore concluded that it’s a paid upgrade but there is no indication on how to do this. Does this mean that old users have to pay the full price? Thanks.
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5
Fariborz
03 December 2016
Version: 2.0.5
I already own Audio Hijack and am pleased with its performance. However, I find Sound Siphon easier to use and it especially benefits from something I always missed in Audio Hijack – “a small footprint” just enough to accommodate all its essentials functions without covering my valuable screen space. I began with “Sound Control” and then upgraded to “Sound Siphon”. The developer offers a generous discount equal to the price you paid for Sound Control when you decide to switch to the more powerful version and a lavish discount if you already own WireTap Pro or WireTap. Sound Siphon functions flawlessly and consumes little memory. I also enjoyed an extraordinary customer support even before deciding to buy the product for which I thank heartily the developer. Great application and a very responsible developer to put it mildly. Fariborz AMIRSHAHI – Verona (Italy)
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4.5
Tachy0n
10 August 2016
Version: 2.0.3
I needed a replacement for Soundflower and didn’t want the expense of Audio HiJack. So this was perfect! It works great. Only drawback is: it’s not for beginners. You need to know what you’re doing. This is intermediate-skill software that is built for purpose.
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Macinman
11 November 2015
Version: 2.0.2
I wanted to let everyone know something I learned this evening. If you have already purchased Sound Siphon version 1.x, version 2,x is a Free Upgrade. I was trying to find out if I would have to pay an upgrade fee for myself or not because I hadn't found any upgrade pricing, just new licensing pricing. Here is the link on their site to back this information up: http://staticz.com/support/soundsiphon/ This is a great piece of software.
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Shallowp
08 August 2015
Version: 2.0.1
Very well build audio capturing tool. Beside the great looking GUI this tool is incredible powerful and recording any audio happening on your system. But why does it needs to be so expensive?
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Lvdoc
15 March 2015
Version: 1.1.0
At first I thought this was just an Audio Hijack ripoff, but I was very wrong. This does at least one thing that no other software I've found has been able to do: It lets me use the built in volume controls to adjust the sound levels of my AudioEngine DAC. Yes, AudioHijack lets me use the DAC as the output, but I can only control the volume levels from within Hijack itself. Now I use Siphon as the output in Hijack and can adjust volume levels without having to use the hardware. And this basic functionality is free, so I can't knock that!
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