Piezo makes it a snap to record audio on your Mac. In seconds, you’ll be recording audio from any application or from audio inputs like microphones. Piezo requires almost no configuration, and it’s a blast to use. Simple and inexpensive – that’s a winning combination.
Super Simple Recording
With one click, recording audio on your Mac has never been simpler.
Piezo’s simple recording presets mean less worrying about your settings.
Save audio from the web, just by setting a browser such as Chrome or Firefox as your source.
Record Skype Calls
Piezo records from Skype in a single click. Grab from other VoIP clients like iChat and FaceTime too.
Grab From Any App
Piezo captures audio from just about any application playing on your Mac.
After recording, click the magnifying glass to reveal your file in the Finder.
Grab sound bites from DVDs, by setting DVD Player as your source.
Record from services like Spotify, Rdio, MOG, and more.
Easy on the Wallet
Effortless to use and easy to afford!
Here’s Looking at You
Simple and striking, Piezo’s charming interface makes recording fun.
Any Movie’s Audio
Record from movies playing in any video player, including QuickTime Player, VLC, and many more.
Hook up any microphone (even your Apple headset) and record from it instantly
Piezo 1.6.1 Released on August 27th, 2019
– Piezo now has preliminary compatibility with MacOS 10.15 (Catalina).
– The backend Audio Capture Engine (ACE) has been updated to 11.0.0, with preliminary MacOS 10.15 (Catalina) compatibility as well as other fixes and improvements. ACE is now required to use Piezo. – If it is not currently installed, you’ll be prompted to install it at launch.
– On MacOS 10.14 (Mojave) and higher, Piezo now offers general Dark Mode support on windows throughout the app.
– Piezo now requires MacOS 10.12 (Sierra) or higher. If you’re still on 10.11 (or lower), be sure to see our Legacy page.
– Piezo’s Help menu now includes a useful new Release Notes window, so you can see changes across all versions from right inside the app.
– Small interface changes have been made, including changes to the Message windows used to convey certain information to the user.
– The About box has been updated to provide additional version information in an easy-to-read fashion.
– A new wizard has been added to Piezo for installing, updating, and removing ACE (among other things). It includes a new “Quick Tour” to provide a helpful overview of the application. It will also present update notes on the first launch of a new version, and intelligently warn if uninstalling ACE will impact other applications.
– The “old-style hijacker” option has been removed from Piezo’s Hidden Preferences.