The Analogue Ripper 2.02
This program allows you to record sound from any analogue source.
Seventy-eight RPM records can be recorded at 33 or 45, LPs at 45. Includes an editor with Track Hunter feature for breaking recordings up into tracks. Supports multiple scheduled recordings, and can open and edit most sound files. Tracks can be saved and exported as AIFF, WAVE or MP4, and can be sent to iTunes with track info for encoding by an iTunes encoder.
- Mac OS X
- Analogue Ripper 1.02 requires Mac OS 8-9.x
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