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Cycling 74 Updates Soundflower

San Francisco, CA (August 10, 2006)--Cycling '74 has updated Soundflower v. 1.2, which adds Universal Binary support for Intel-based Macs. Soundflower is a free system extension that allows users to route audio between OS X Core Audio applications. It also lets users monitor any connection with the free Soundflowerbed application.

San Francisco, CA (August 10, 2006)–Cycling ’74 has updated Soundflower v. 1.2, which adds Universal Binary support for Intel-based Macs. Soundflower is a free system extension that allows users to route audio between OS X Core Audio applications. It also lets users monitor any connection with the free Soundflowerbed application.

Cycling ’74 originally developed Soundflower as a way to allow applications developed with its Max/MSP audio environment to process audio originating from other programs. However, it can be used for more general audio routing tasks patching either 2- or 16-channel data at 32-bit sample depth between any applications that support standard Core Audio driver selection.

Soundflower can be selected as a “default device” in the Audio/MIDI Setup utility for programs (such as iTunes) that do not allow the selection of a specific output device. As a result, Soundflower has found widespread use in the advanced podcasting community.

Soundflower and Soundflowerbed are free and can be downloaded at www.cycling74.com/downloads/soundflower.

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