[prMac.com] Kaysville, Utah – Ondesoft Audio Recorder for Mac, released by Ondesoft, is a powerful audio recording device. Users can capture and record audio from any application on Mac, record website media whatever they want.
Now good news came from Ondesoft that they recently have upgraded this powerful Audio Recorder. The engineer from Ondesoft said that except the previous functions, such as recording your favorite audio from any program on your mac, grabbing and recording your favorite songs from websites, using the built-in editing function to trim all the fat, saving to any one of the most popular audio file formats, the new update is that when recording System Audio, at the same time users can Mix audio of other devices (such as system microphone).
The new function is very interesting and easy-to-use. When users record their favorite audios or songs from any programs on mac or any websites, at the same time they can hit the mix button to record audio or sound of other record devices such as system microphone.
With this new function, users can make interesting audio at will. They can record a lovely song for their friends with their own kind and sincere speech before the song and they can also speak some funny thing when recording the song to make a very interesting and funny video. After finishing the video, users can also cut and trim the video until they are satisfied with it and then save it to any one of the most popular audio file formats on Mac, including: MP3, WAV, AAC, FLAC, and many more.
This update is Free for all users. Interested users can head on over to website to download the latest trial version or purchase the Ondesoft Audio Recorder directly.Ondesoft
Audio Recorder for Mac
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