My Sis in law is recording on digital microrecorder some of her experiences when she was a we lass growing up in depression times. She wants to put these on a CD for her nieces and nephews.
The recorder creates mp3 audio files. And they can be pulled over on my Mac. I want an simple to use but effective app that I with which I can edit them: Erase parts and move parts around to where they fit better in the narrative. The create a format that can be burned on to CDs.
I just got the MacTech bundle which included WireTap Studio but it is confusing to me. I have never edited sound before like this so need something simple.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
i bought the same bundle. i just used WTP for some professional recordings. i had to record some narration by my wife and a paid actress. in the middle of it, i had to leave for a funeral and made a quick screencast for my wife explaining how to do recordings and make simple edits using WTP. would you want the screencast? i only ask because Audacity is free and could also do the trick for you, but it's not going to be any easier than WTP.
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