SuperMegaUltraGrovvy and toastycode have updated TapeDeck (http://tapedeckapp.com), an audio recorder designed with a quick-capture workflow in mind, to version 1.4. The upgrade adds support for channel selection on professional audio hardware, and audio monitoring for recording line input sources. TapeDeck now allows users to listen to their attached audio sources as they’re recording.
Recordings from TapeDeck will preserve their full fidelity when dragged into GarageBand, Logic Pro, or any Professional audio application that supports ALAC audio, according to the folks at SuperMegaUltraGroovy. The app was designed to emulate a real cassette tape recorder with a few key differences.
Every recording is automatically saved and organized in the searchable “tape box.” There’s no need to “tape over” anything, because a new recording is always just a click away.
TapeDeck requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and costs US$24.99. Version 14 is a free upgrade for registered users; a demo is available for download.