The Advantages Of Capturing Audio Streams On Your Mac [Deals]

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Notetaking comes in all forms, but it is essential when conducting interviews. I’ve done many, and no matter how good I am at using something like Evernote I always feel that much better having the original words in some format on my Mac. It means more accuracy when grabbing pull quotes. It means more notes that get retained for use in a story. Basically, it means I can focus on asking the questions and letting the technology handle what it can do best for me.

That’s why having an app that can handle that is such a huge asset. Whether it’s interviews, meetings, or even grabbing audio snippets directly from the web browser (like I did for my own TEDx talk), it’s an excellent tool to have at your disposal. (After all, even a conversation over Skype is essentially an audio stream, right?)

An example of this type of tool is Audio Recorder Pro (although it does focus on audio streaming more than anything else) and Cult of Mac Deals has it for $4.99 for a limited time.

Giving this app a try is a great way to see if you really need something that will take audio streams (or snippets) from your Mac so that you can use them anytime and in any situation. For less than $5, you get that shot with Audio Recorder Pro.

So if you want to start by capturing streams from YouTube, Pandora, Spotify, SoundCloud, and more and look further down the line (as I have done) to using a tool like this for purposes that go well beyond that realm, pick up Audio Recorder Pro from Cult of Mac Deals today.