Kirk McElhearn has authored the second edition of Take Control of Audio Hijack for Take Control Books that covers the newest edition of Rogue Amoeba’s audio utility, version 4. Our discussion starts with some of the use cases that both Kirk and Chuck have encountered, including the benefits of Audio Hijack for podcasting and education. Then, Kirk talks about the ease of getting started, some of the new features that make Audio Hijack even more valuable, and why it is perfect for anyone who wants to record audio on their Mac.
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Audio Hijack by Rogue Amoeba
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Kirk McElhearn writes about Macs, iPods, iTunes, books, music and more. He is a regular contributor to TidBITS, as well as several other web sites and magazines. He is an avid podcaster who’s shows include The Next Track, The Committed, The Intego Mac Podcast, PhotoActive and The Zen of Everything. You can follow him on Twitter, and visit his personal web site, Kirkville.
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