That was my big problem but I found two apps in App Store that helped me. For IOS.
“Bolt Browser and Document “ app at first time you must download a web page pdf or html in app and after it always you click in any web audio it say to download or play, wonderful.
“Browser & Offline File Storage” app it is very wonderful in any web page only click in + (...
I recommend Rouge Amoebas Audio Hijack.
What you are looking for is actually a low pass filter. Low frequencies should pass it, high frequencies should be attenuated.
Audio Hijack is a high-quality macOS audio tool, which offers not only audio manipulation via an equalizer, but also a dedicated low pass filter.
Start Audio Hijack, add a New Session and ...
None of this will work.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ require Bluetooth 5.0
The 2013 MacBook Pro's AirPort adapter Bluetooth is 4.0 and was a nice, industry standard PCIe slot so you could swap it out for another
The next Mac with Bluetooth 5.0 is the 2018. Unfortunately, it doesn't use the old "tried and true" Broadcom chipset - it uses a proprietary ...
To increase the sound, import the sound file into an iMovie project. Once it is in, select the audio recording and drag the volume slider to anything beyond 100% (you can also click the sound button in the app and increase it from there).
Once you're done modifying the volume, share the iMovie project as an audio file.
I know it's been five years since you asked this (ha) but my friend and I just built an app to do this. It's called Audio Sauce. I kept waiting for someone to make something to do this and nobody did. So we built our own. Check it out on the app store.
Or our website. Audio-sauce.com
I had the same exact question, Googled it, landed on here and found the answer hours later, lol.
If you're still looking for the answer, or for anyone's future reference -- after disabling SIP and restarting, open terminal and run:
sudo mount -uw /
... and you're good to go. Just proceed to replace the .aif file in "Powerchime.app". ...
similar case happened to me. recorded movie using snap camera on the new Mac laptop. Movie played in Quicktime and VLC, even Apple Photos. But could not get sound when drag to timeline on iMovie maker.
Answer was in apple forum:
"iMovie needs Mp4/H. 264/AAC. AAC stands for Advanced Audio Codec, and if your movie contains some other audio codec that ...
The problem here is that HDMI carries audio. Period. When you plug in your monitor to your Mac via HDMI it's going to detect that there's an audio device attached. And, like you said, all you can do is mute, but mute has no effect because it doesn't remove the (audio) device; it just lowers the volume to zero.
The second problem is macOS. It assumes that ...
(I wanted to answer this question, but I didn't have enough reputation.)
Please note that loading and unloading kernel extensions can have unintended consequences. This solution worked for me without causing any issues on my mid-2013 Macbook Air, but that may not be the case for your setup. Understand what you're doing and perform at your own risk.
MY COMPUTER SETUP
My mid-2012 MacBook Pro ("MBP") does NOT have a port labeled for microphone, but it DOES have a 3.5mm (1/8") port labeled with a Headphone (not headset) icon.
When I plug a microphone's 3.5mm TSR plug (2 black stripes alternating with 3 shiny metal bands) into that headphone port, the MBP does not recognize or receive ...
I do believe that what is needed here is a new USB Bluetooth adapter.
My guess is that the problem with the Mac Mini is that it has an older Bluetooth "radio" built into it which does not support the higher data rates and therefore higher quality audio. Using some kind of Bluetooth "transmitter" connected to an audio output port might ...
Technically, those adapters don't exist.
The USB device should be recognized by the Mac OS not as another Bluetooth device, but as an Audio Device.
I agree with you on this one. You definitely don't want to have a secondary Bluetooth adapter appearing in macOS. So to clearly define what you're looking for is a USB audio interface with Bluetooth ...
I’ve been living with this annoying issue for a year or so now and I am delighted to say it appears the most recent iOS update, version 13.5.1, has fixed this issue!
I no longer see AppleTV as an option when toggling speakerphone. It simply puts the caller on speakerphone.