Rogue Amoeba Updates Audio Hijack Pro to 2.1

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Date: Wednesday, October 6th, 2004, 08:31
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I use Audio Hijack Pro 2 for capturing Internet radio streams and various talk radio shows for time shifting and for listening to on my iPod. Just after the release of version 2 Rogue Amoeba has announced an update to version 2.1.

It might seem difficult to improve on Audio Hijack Pro 2, released just two months ago with over 35 brand-new features. But Rogue Amoeba has done just that with Audio Hijack Pro 2.1. This free update for owners of Audio Hijack Pro 2 brings several new features, including the new Channel Tweaker plugin, Sample Rate settings in AIFF recordings, variables in recording ID3 Tags, and 800×600-resolution compliance. As well, over two dozen bugs both big and small have been fixed, including issues with AAC recordings and many others.
As always, Audio Hijack Pro will drastically change the way you use audio on your computer by giving you the freedom to listen to audio when you want and how you want. Record and enhance any audio with Audio Hijack Pro – it’s the cornerstone of your digital audio experience.

Do you use a stream ripper? Which one and what do you use it for?


I use Audio Hijack Pro 2 for capturing Internet radio streams and various talk radio shows for time shifting and for listening to on my iPod. Just after the release of version 2 Rogue Amoeba has announced an update to version 2.1.

It might seem difficult to improve on Audio Hijack Pro 2, released just two months ago with over 35 brand-new features. But Rogue Amoeba has done just that with Audio Hijack Pro 2.1. This free update for owners of Audio Hijack Pro 2 brings several new features, including the new Channel Tweaker plugin, Sample Rate settings in AIFF recordings, variables in recording ID3 Tags, and 800×600-resolution compliance. As well, over two dozen bugs both big and small have been fixed, including issues with AAC recordings and many others.
As always, Audio Hijack Pro will drastically change the way you use audio on your computer by giving you the freedom to listen to audio when you want and how you want. Record and enhance any audio with Audio Hijack Pro – it’s the cornerstone of your digital audio experience.

Do you use a stream ripper? Which one and what do you use it for?

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