updated 11:50 am EST, Wed December 30, 2009
Fixes issue with Intel-based notebooks
Ambrosia Software has released Soundboard 1.0.5, a new version of its audio playback app. The title lets users create libraries of their favorite clips, which can then be triggered using designated hotkeys. A range of non-destructive editing and filtering tools are included, such as ones for fading and cropping. The v1.0.5 update increases performance, for instance decreasing the latency of the playback engine.
Several bugfixes have also been made, targeting one issue with sounds randomly refusing to play on Intel-based notebooks, and another involving playback problems with AUVairspeed and AUTimePitch. Also addressed is a problem with scrubbing, in which audio would play through the wrong output. The application's icon has been changed in size to 512x512.
Soundboard 1.0.5 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.7 or higher, and currently priced at $30. A free trial can also be downloaded from the company's website.