Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.7 or later
Courtesy of C.O.R.E.
Released on 8/6/14
An emergency update, necessitated by immediate changes Apple has made to their Gatekeeper system, restores compatibility on Mac OS X 10.9.5 and higher.
Intermission can now run concurrently under multiple users, with Fast User Switching. Do note that because audio capture of User A's audio does not work when switched into User B, Intermission running in User A is largely pointless. That said, the old buffer will remain, so when User A returns, you can potentially jump back to something useful.
The ability to capture Text to Speech audio has been restored, after being briefly broken by recent changes.
Turn back time? Yes! Intermission lets you pause and rewind live audio on your computer. Streaming audio will never be the same!
With Intermission, you can jump back and replay something you missed, then resume live playback. Use it to pause any audio while you take a call, answer the door, or use the restroom. You can even pause streaming audio on services like Pandora, iTunes Radio, or Spotify to build a buffer, then skip right past the ads and songs you don't want to hear!