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Take Control of Audio Hijack by Kirk McElhearn

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Edit Audio Files with Fission

When you’ve finished making a recording with Audio Hijack, you may want to edit it. If you recorded a concert on the radio, for example, now’s the time to edit out announcers or commercials, or trim stray noise from the beginning or end. If you digitized an LP, you might want to split the file into tracks that match the songs on the album, or perhaps you’d prefer to combine some automatically split tracks. And regardless of the type of recording, an edit pass enables you to tweak the recording in other ways—for example, to increase the volume.

Although you can use a wide range of audio editors, in this book I cover Fission 2, a nifty $29 app made by Audio Hijack’s developer, Rogue Amoeba. Like Audio Hijack, I’ve ...

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