Redirecting … product specific information on Mac OSX is now available at www.soundpimp.com.
HDS will be available for Mac OS X, both as a VST or AU plugin, and as a standalone application (HDS app)
If it is intended to use HDS app with the built-in computer speakers, then it is mandatory to install either SoundFlower or Jack. Both are excellent freeware programs, creating a recommended configuration enabling HDS for all audio events on the Mac. SoundFlower has been verified to work well. Jack will probably also work well, but has not been tested to the same extent on our labs. Both of these products offers audio routing which is a mandatory feature in order for the HDS driver to capture the audio streams.
If it is intended to use HDS app together with external equipment, probably via an external soundcard, neither SoundFlower nor Jack will be needed for that particular purpose. Instead, just select input and output audio lines on the sound card and get going.
While HDS itself tend to be rather trivial in use, normally used with the default settings rarely causing any problems, audio on a Mac can be a non-trivial affair. Please report any problems encountered, even if not related to HDS. Thanks!
Finally, remember that HDS is a technology for stereo speakers. Do not use with headphones, it will not work. Do not use mono speaker, it will not work.