Audio Hijack setup: multiple effects chains

In your Podcasting studio setup you naturally want to add some effects to your microphone signal. A compressor and reverb for example. What if you want to apply different audio filters/ effects to the sound coming from other applications?



With Audio Hijack Pro you can simply Hijack the sound from an individual application such as the Quicktime player and add filters in the Effects pane. If you make sure that your Mac's default audio output is captured (by setting it to Soundflower (2ch) for example) then you will hear and capture the resulting signal with the filters applied.



Here is an example:

HijackEffectsTest-050203.mp3



This is what the settings look like in Audio Hijack Pro:

AHP Settings screenshot