A while back, I let you know that if you use a Macintosh, and if you happen to upgrade to El Capitan, High Sierra, Mojave or above from Yosemite or below, The Levelator will simply stop working.
I have an update: the original programmer of The Levelator heard your cries…and fixed things.
Bruce Sharpe, the original developer of The Levelator, has created a version, 2.1.2, to address the installation issues in El Capitan.
You can get the newly updated version at http://vo2gogo.com/get-levelator (as always, I keep that link safe and up to date.)
(The changes made in El Capitan and above from what was in Yosemite and below are major. And don’t worry, Windows users, this isn’t for you.)
Backstory: One of the pieces of software we love is called The Levelator. This is the software that was originally created to level out the volumes of both sides of a recorded podcast conversation, but happens to perfectly produce files that ACX wants for audiobooks.
The Levelator is over a decade old, and development stopped on it in 2007. And for a few months, Mac users who updated their OS to El Capitan had issues with The Levelator working properly.
No more. As noted, Bruce has made it compatible with El Capitan.
Thank you, Bruce!
Again, if you have El Capitan, you can get the newly updated version at http://vo2gogo.com/get-levelator
Hope this helps.