Fix for Presets-Related Launch Issues In rare setups with saved presets for certain Audio Units, a bug introduced in SoundSource 5.5 could prevent the app from launching. The bug has been exterminated with much vengeance.
Clicking the first band of AUNBandEQ will no longer lead to a non-responsive UI, fixing a regression introduced in SoundSource 5.5.0.
Shortcuts Support Comes to SoundSource On MacOS 12 (Monterey) and higher, SoundSource now offers a slew of actions in the Shortcuts app. With them, you can automate many different things, including changing device volumes, setting effect presets, toggling effects processing, and much more.
Standard Audio Unit Presets SoundSource's saved Audio Unit effects presets can now be read by other applications which support Audio Units. As well, SoundSource will now read presets created by any other applications.
Audio Effect Nicknames It's now possible to give audio effects custom names. This is especially helpful if you're using multiple effects of the same type. Edit the title of each effect and you'll always know exactly what's what.
Improvements in ACE 11.8 The Audio Capture Engine (ACE) has been updated to 11.8.0, with a workaround for issues with FaceTime volume when using the built-in microphone, as well as an improvement in dealing with poorly implemented Audio Units. Tracking of audio devices sample clocks now works better when the device is providing erroneous information, and CPU usage has been reduced.
SoundSource now properly recognizes audio from Stardew Valley, and correctly applies any effects or adjustments.
Improvements have been made for using the “Listento” effect from Audiomovers with SoundSource.
A graphical glitch which could occur when dragging plugin windows has been fixed.
A rare crash which could occur when an application's bundle identifier changes has been corrected.
“Volume Overdrive” now correctly appears at the end of the built-in effects list, not the beginning.
On MacOS 12 (Monterey) and MacOS 11 (Big Sur), visuals in various places throughout the app are now being provided by SF Symbols.
A small change has been made to the wording of the “Super Volume Keys” preference.
SoundSource’s “License” window now subtly shows the application's version number.
Fussy typography improvements have been made to the mailing list sign-up window shown at the fifth launch for new users, as well as the “Release Notes” window shown at the first launch of a new version, which you might be looking at right now!