TunesKit Audio Capture is the smartest and easiest audio recording solution developed to record any sound playing through all programs on Mac, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, iTunes, Apple Music, and other media players, as well as online audio tracks from streaming music sites, such as Spotify, Pandora, iTunes music, Lastfm, etc. It can also grab audio clips from your favorite videos on sites such as YouTube, Vimeo, or other local media players like QuickTime, VLC, etc.
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- macOS 10.8 or later 64-bit
Grab all sounds in 1:1 lossless quality: This smart and powerful audio grabber adopts leading-edge recording technology which can achieve true lossless audio quality when capturing the audio on your Mac. In other words, your recordings and the original audio will sound precisely the same. Once captured, you can play the newly recorded audio tracks immediately within TunesKit Audio Capture for Mac in order to ensure the output quality and accuracy.
Save audio recordings into a wide range of file formats: Apart from letting you save recorded mac audio as common file formats like MP3, the professional TunesKit Audio Capture for Mac also supports converting the audio recordings to other popular formats, such as WAV, M4A, M4B, FLAC, and AAC so that you can listen to the captured audio tracks on more devices and players.
Intelligently recognize and fix ID3 tags: Thanks to the intelligent built-in ID3 tag identification tool, TunesKit Audio Capture for Mac will automatically get and keep the metadata info of the music tracks you are capturing, including title, artist, album, year, genre, cover, etc. You are also allowed to add and edit those ID3 tags manually.
Capture, split and merge recordings in your way: As an outstanding audio capture, TunesKit also offers the ability to record multiple tracks being played on different programs at the same time. It will automatically detect the silence and pauses between all the tracks you’ve captured together and split the whole recordings into individual tracks. Or if you like, you can also mix multiple soundtracks into one single file. It all depends on your own
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