Lecture Recorder for Mac
Although QuickTime Player, which comes by default with Mac OS X, includes the ability to record audio, it is too simple in terms of functionality and can only save recordings to the .aifc format. This is why so many audio recording apps exist now on the Mac software market.
Lecture Recorder is one such tool that offers a little more than QuickTime Player’s audio recorder. It enables you to create, list, play, organize and share recordings from a single easy-to-use interface.
Furthermore, the app can record audio and export it to iTunes compatible formats; thus, recorded tracks can be played on your iPhone, iPad or iPod and numerous other devices and platforms.
The main window is divided into several panes that list the sections, the recording buttons, recording columns (with duration and total size) and the playback controls. You have the freedom to add, remove and edit sections as you see fit. What’s more, there is a button to reveal each recording in the Finder.
Another advantage of using Lecture Recorder is that it offers a simple way to share your recordings on Airdrop, Messages, Notes and Mail. Your tracls are also saved in a high-quality format that can be played on all platforms.
All things considered, Lecture Recorder is obviously not a full-featured audio recorder for OS X and the user-interface is intuitive, but plain-looking. In spite of this, the app offers a bit more than the basic recorder of QuickTime Player.