If you feel your Mac is starting to get crowded with Audio Units then this application should help you put some order into things.
For those of you who might not know, Audio Units are a set application programming interface (API) services in Mac OS which generate, process, receive and manipulate streams of audio. They're most commonly used to time stretch audio files, convert samples rates or stream audio over a Local Area Network. To simplify things, if you've listened to a track or a music stream on your Mac, there's a good chance you've used Audio Units, even though might not be aware of it.
Most users will probably not worry about where they're Audio Units or located, or how they're organized, but those of you that have a bit more of technical knowledge and regularly work with audio, let's say in GarageBand or Logic Pro, might be interested. Thanks to a simple interface, Audio Unit Manager will let you manage them easily, reorganizing them by sets, disabling or enabling the ones you select or trashing the ones you don't need.
Limited to more technical users, Audio Unit Manager lets you manage and reorganize all your Audio Units in one simple interface.