You can find its icon in the right side of your menu bar. Click it to show the menu. You can also find its icon in the dock. Click it to record, and click it again to stop. Right-click(or command-click) the dock bar icon to show the menu.
1. New Icon;
3. Input Volume;
4. Bit Rate;
5. Bug Fixes.
Most Helpful Reviews
Just what I needed - Except... - Very simple and out-of-the-way. Recorded for 36 minutes, being able to pause was very useful. Edit: Pretty annoyed rn because like I said I recorded for 36 minutes (me reading out loud) and when saving I accidentally clicked the icon in my taskbar and it started recording again for a few seconds and saved THAT recording as what i had already been saving and now I’ve lost what I recorded for 36 minutes… I didn’t really need it but I made some interesting comments while reading and feel like I’ve lost something :( I don’t think that should have happened. Edit #2: Yay! I opened up the app again and there’s an “unsaved recording” thing in the menu bar, it’s still there! Good job, guys. Great app.
Tinny, low quality - I downloaded this app onto my Mac to record a radio show running through my browser. The output is horrible. I had a completely quiet background during the entire session. I had far superior quality from the recorder on my iPhone during a recent conference where there was TONS of ambient noise.
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simple - good…..
Great - Simple and great
HELPPPP!!!!!!!!!!! ASAP - I used this app to record a super important interview. Everything saved like normal, but when i click play, there is no sound!!!!!!!!!!!!! HELP! Yes the volume is up and eveything. :(
Useful - It saved me in a pinch! I used this torecord to my mac mini. Worked great.
Rock Star Ap - Capturing the nuance of a musical (or other) thought can be such a pain in the hindquarters and this program (which I leave running in the background constantly) is a lifesaver - and the ease of screening through the accumulation of audio snippits with a click and play (right on the icon for the file) function is primo. Noting negative to say - great things come in 1.2mb packages!