Date: Thursday, July 3rd, 2003, 14:40
Detour is an audio router allowing the selection of audio output device and relative volume for individual applications.
Rogue Amoeba Software is announcing the immediate availability of Detour, our newest audio utility for Mac OS X. Detour provides the ability to choose the audio output device and relative volume for all of your applications – a capability never before seen on OS X that will appeal to users of all types. This means you can:
…send music from iTunes to your external speakers and keep the annoying beeps and blips of iChat going through your computer’s built-in speaker.
…mute any application’s sounds all together.
…change the volume of some applications relative to others. Make your email client’s alerts quieter, and you’ll never again be jarred from work just to receive spam.
When you use Detour, you can choose between your speakers, headphones, built-in speaker, iMic, MiniDisc player or anything else which the system sees as an audio output and send it the audio from a specific application. Along the way, you can adjust the volume as well.
Detour is $12 shareware, with special introductory pricing of $10 through July 2003.
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