Farrago is a Rapid-Fire Soundboard for Podcasters

Rogue Amoeba is a privately held software company that is based in the United States. They are the creators of Farrago, a robust, rapid-fire soundboard for podcasters, live radio, and theater.

Farrago provides the best way to quickly play sound bites, audio effects, and music clips on your Mac. Podcasters can use Farrago to include musical accompaniment and sound effects during recording sessions, while theater techs can run the audio for live shows. Whether it’s providing quick access to a large library of sounds or running through a defined list of audio, Farrago is ready to assist!

Farrago’s tile grid lets you lay out your audio exactly as you want it. Put your sounds at your fingertips and work the way you want.

You can organize your sounds with Sets. Create distinct groups of audio based on mood, show, or any other criteria you like. Using sets makes managing audio a breeze. In addition to organizing by sets, you can adjust the color of each sound so you can find it in a flash.

It is possible to customize Farrago with the Inspector. Use the Inspector to tailor each sound’s settings to your needs. Set the tile name and color, tweak in/out points, alter fade settings, and more.

You can download Farrago for free from the Rogue Amoeba website. It is for MacOS 10.10 or higher. Please note: the quality of clips heard via Farrago is intentionally degraded after 20 plays (per launch).

If you find Farrago to be useful, you can purchase it for $39 from the Rogue Amoeba website. This price appears to be the introductory price, and might go up later on.