From today’s mail bag:
Do you know about this? TapeDeck: The perfect replacement to an analog deck…fast-forwarded to Mac OS X.
Filed under Mail Bag, Third Party Software
Tagged as audio software, Mac OS X, TapeDeck
I hadn’t heard of this program. I downloaded and tested the trial version (the licensed copy costs $25). TapeDeck allows you to record your voice using your computer microphone. It’s designed to mimic an audio cassette recorder and is very easy to use. The one limitation is that it only works with the Leopard operating system (OS X 10.5). I don’t have a particular need to use TapeDeck as I have access to other programs that perform this function and include a comprehensive suite of editing tools.
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