There’s a reason many, many podcasters use Audio Hijack 3. It’s simple grid based system of adding microphones, audio sources, filters and much much more means you end up with a pretty powerfull mixing desk system. AHJ 3.2 has some nifty features including Time Shifting Audio.

Audio Hijack 3.2 brings you a slew of new features and improvements. It’s a free update, so be sure to get it right away! Check-ah, check-ah, check it oooout:

Updates in Audio Hijack 3.2:

Major Enhancement: The Time Shift Block has been updated with a more powerful new interface. Its popover now offers controls for 3, 10, and 30 second jumps. Better still, you can now access Time Shift from within any application, with global keyboard shortcuts. Audio Hijack’s preferences now enable you to set hotkeys for pausing and resuming, jumping back and forward 10 seconds, and jumping to live.

Major Enhancement: The Import and Export of Sessions has been greatly improved. Share Sessions with friends via the Session menu. Export your own Sessions to share, or import Sessions from others!

Major Enhancement: The new Peak/RMS Meters Block provides precisely calibrated monitoring, with both RMS and Peak meters, a peak hold line, and a clip indicator.

Major Enhancement: The new Sync Block lets you add a precise delay to the audio, of up to 1000 ms (1 second), per Block.

Major Enhancement: The Instant On component has been updated to version 8.1, with initial support for Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan).

Enhancement: The “Session Name” and “File Counter” variables are once again supported, for use in file names and metadata.

Enhancement: Tags are now fully supported in FLAC files, and the Recordings tab now properly supports editing tags on FLAC audio files.

Minor Enhancement: Popover positions, as well as torn-off and pinned states, are now remembered and restored between launches.

Minor Enhancement: The Block library has been updated with a new Advanced section, and the Meters section has been moved up.

Bug Fix: Audio playback of FLAC files in the Recordings tab now works as expected.

Bug Fix: Numeric tag fields can now be empty, rather than forcing a zero.

Bug Fix: Error messages for recording issues have been improved. We don’t expect that you’ll ever see those anyway, though.

Bug Fix: Deleted files now properly stop playing from the Recordings tab.

Bug Fix: Improvements to the scheduler to handle rare edge cases will provide even more reliable timed recording.

Other: this update offers general support for using Audio Hijack fully on Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). We expect further updates will be necessary when the official release of the OS occurs, but at this time, users on El Capitan can now make full use of Audio Hijack, including the Instant On extra

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