Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. This is a really useful program if for example you want to trim an mp3.
Audacity can record live audio through a microphone or mixer, or digitize recordings from cassette tapes, vinyl records, or minidiscs. With some sound cards, it can also capture streaming audio.Import sound files, edit them, and combine them with other files or new recordings.
Export your recordings in several common file formats.Easy editing with Cut, Copy, Paste, and Delete.Change the pitch without altering the tempo, or vice-versa.Remove static, hiss, hum, or other constant background noises. Record and edit 16-bit, 24-bit, and 32-bit (floating point) samples. Record at up to 96 KHz.Sample rates and formats are converted using high-quality resampling and dithering.Mix tracks with different sample rates or formats, and Audacity will convert them automatically in realtime.
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AudioExpress is a dead simple sound recorder for Mac that allows you to record via the built-in mic or an iSight. It does what it was designed to do quite well and interfaces nicely with iTunes or your iPod.
MediaFork automatically finds the longest title and selects it with all of the chapters included. The longest title is usually your feature length film. Under this section is the Destination section. Here you can tell MediaFork were to put your video. To make things easier, export it into a new folder in the root directory of your external hard drive.
Earlier today Apple seeded new builds of both iTunes and QuickTime for OS X and Windows. The QuickTime update mainly addresses bugs and a security flaw or two, but iTunes 7.1 brings AppleTV support to the table, as well as a new version of Cover Flow that fills the entire screen.