At Macworld/iWorld 2013 in San Francisco, we caught up with Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba on one of the off-years from exhibiting at the show to get the updates on their audio-editing program, Fission, gives us a tease on an upcoming version of Audio Hijack Pro, and provides some surprising observations on the state of Mac application sales both through the Mac App Store and through direct channels.
MacVoices is sponsored by Rogue Amoeba, the makers of Fission, the streamlined audio editor for Mac OS X. Audio editing doesn’t have to be a chore. If you need to crop or trim audio, join multiple files, or split one long file into many. Fission will get you set quickly. Plus, Fission works without the quality loss caused by other audio editors, so you can get perfect quality, even when editing MP3 and AAC files. And if you need to convert audio, Fission can do that too, working with all popular audio formats. Interested? Get Fission for 20% off with coupon code MACVOICES13.
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