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Audio recorder/Editor for iBook


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Hi,



I am switching from Windows to Mac. With Windows I was using Pyro2004 software package. With Pyro2004 I was able to do:



Audio Restoration, 64-bit Loudness Maximizer, and 64-bit Graphic EQ

Editing: split, crop, and arrange files in one workspace

Save entire mix as one mp3, wav, and wma

ID3v1.1 MP3 Tags (artist, genre, song title, album, year info)

Visually make precise edits right on top of the audio waveform, Control start and stop times, and raise or lower the volume of my audio to make my music sound perfect.

Add custom song fades and control over the length of silence between songs.

Automatically set volumes and cross fade songs together to create smooth transitions for DJ-style mixes.

Restore audio that has digital distortion from being recorded at high levels.

Remove clicks, pops, and crackles from noisy LPs with DeClipper

Clean hiss, hum, and other annoyances from LPs, cassettes, and low-quality MP3s.

Add a special touch to my mix with Reverb, Delay, Chorus etc.



I would appreciate if anybody can suggest me an equivalent product for Mac?



Regards,

SuhasG
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Bias has a number of Mac audio apps.

Also do a search on VersionTracker
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