SoundBunny for Mac gives you a central location for managing your Mac's various audio sources. It's extremely easy to use right out of the package, making it an appealing choice for all user levels.
Ready to go: As soon as SoundBunny for Mac is installed, it's ready for use. All of our running apps appeared in the window, with a slider to control the volume.
Easy to use: Not only do your running apps automatically appear, but the software itself is extremely intuitive. Just click and drag the slider to control the volume levels. If you need any other information, a help file is included. We turned up the volume on our Messages app, so that we could hear it over our music coming from iTunes, and it worked like a charm.
Ignore list: There were a few apps on the list that didn't offer any kind of sound, so it was pointless to keep them on the list. All we had to do was select the ignore option. The program was then removed from the list. You can manage your Ignore List from the software's Preferences menu.
Customize after the fact: Honestly, we don't really have anything bad to say about SoundBunny for Mac. Some users may prefer to manually create their list of apps to control at the beginning instead of having to go in and click Ignore. However, that's just splitting hairs.
SoundBunny for Mac will not only appeal to gamers but also to anyone who has multiple apps running at the same time. We highly recommend it to anyone looking to customize their sound options.
From Prosoft Engineering:
SoundBunny is a simple, powerful Mac volume control application that allows you to control the volume level for all open applications on your Mac. You can set the volume high for a movie or game you're playing, while setting the volume low for your Mail alerts or notifications. Easy Setup SoundBunny is incredibly easy to get up and running (requires a simple restart upon install, so that it can load core system processes appropriately). Once you've restarted, simply drag the volume level sliders for each open application and you're off and hopping. Here is one final note on the installation process. If you have Prosoft's Hear audio enhancement program installed, you cannot use SoundBunny. SoundBunny is actually a subset of Hear and the installation of both programs in not compatible. Suggested Uses for SoundBunny SoundBunny brings the volume control for all of your apps into one, easily accessed location. You are able to either adjust the volume or even mute the programs or programs from its interface. For example, if you are watching a movie or YouTube video and receive a phone call, you are able to mute the movie or video quickly with the SoundBunny application. Since the program discovers all of the sound-enhance applications that are running, you can also control any others that need to be turned down or muted. A Versatile Program There are some other uses that make SoundBunny a versatile program. If you are listening to your iTunes and are waiting for an important email, you can turn up the email notification so that you can hear it over the music. Of course, you can then quickly lower the volume or mute the sound on the iTunes app if necessary. Try SoundBunny Today SoundBunny is easy to install, easy to use and easy to fall in love with. However, should you need any assistance with the program, you already know that Prosoft stands behind its software with quality customer support. Not only are there FAQs on the website, but you can always count on excellent customer service via telephone or email. Are you still not sure if SoundBunny is for you? That's not a problem. Prosoft Engineering has provided a free demo version for you to try before you buy. The demo is fully functional and will work for 30 days. That's plenty of time to run the program through its paces and to determine if it's the right app for your situation.