programmatically-driven workflows in Audio Hijack is now a
reality. Scripts can run automatically when sessions start and
stop, and process recordings as they’re created. A whole new world
of automation is possible with this ability to manipulate
Scripting isn’t just for power users, however. Even if you’re not
The built-in scripts make automation possible for anyone, and on
MacOS 12 (Monterey), Audio Hijack even integrates with the
Rogue Amoeba CEO/Lackey Paul Kafasis and I discussed Audio Hijack 4’s new scripting and automation support at length on the most recent episode of my podcast. There’s so much other new stuff, too. I just love Rogue Amoeba’s user interface design — it’s simultaneously Rogue-Amoeba-y and yet feels standard, very idiomatically “Mac-like”. When an app looks cool, it just makes you want to use it.