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Recording Audio for Podcasts

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    Hi, anyone got any recommendations for good apps to record audio for podcasts?
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    RadioSure records "Internet radio stations," i.e., most of what you can tune into on your computer. It groks most stream-borne schedule and program name data, and almost always gets my fav shows right on time.

    To record any/all audio that you can hear, get Audacity. It can take a bit if twiddling to get the incoming gain just right. It's also a hardy little multi-track mixer that imports/exports almost every music format.

    For quick editing of the mp3s I get from these and other freeware audio products, I like Martin Pesch's mp3DirectCut. Chop, cut, copy, paste, drag, drop, and yes, from one job to another.

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