Farrago v1.6.8 macOS
TNT | 16 November 2022 | 22 MB
All of your audio is just a key press away with Farrago!
Farrago provides the best way to quickly play sound bites, audio effects, and music clips on your Mac. Podcasters can use Farrago to include musical accompaniment and sound effects during recording sessions, while theater techs can run the audio for live shows. Whether it’s providing quick access to a large library of sounds or running through a defined list of audio, Farrago is ready to assist!
Powerful Tile Interface
Farrago’s tile grid lets you lay out your audio exactly how you want it. Put your sounds at your fingertips and work the way you want.
Customize With the Inspector
Use the inspector to tailor each sound’s settings to your needs. Set the tile name and color, tweak in/out points, alter fade settings and more.
Organize With Sets
Create distinct groups of audio based on mood, show, or any other critera you like. Using sets makes managing audio a breeze.
Farrago’s Fundamental Features
Farrago’s default sound set is useful, but you can create your own sets based on show, mood, or anything else you like.
A Thoughtful Interface
Farrago’s tile-based layout provides an easily understood way to play your audio via the keyboard or mouse.
Global Access via Hotkeys
With Farrago’s user-definable Global Hotkey, you can pull the app forward, then use the in-app shortcuts to instantly trigger your desired audio.
Once you’ve got Farrago configured, switch to full-screen to turn your Mac into a distraction-free sound board.
Farrago’s unique List View lets you use it as a show runner. Order your clips, add notes, then play them in sequence.
Each sound has its own Notes field, so you can detail exactly what the sound contains, what it’s for, and anything else.
With the built-in playback adjustments, you can fade your audio in and out, set it to loop repeatedly, and much more.
Sort by Color
In addition to organizing by sets, you can adjust the color of each sound so you can find it in a flash.
Stores Your Sounds
Farrago keeps a copy of all sounds you’re using, so you never need to worry about lost audio files.