Users who want to apply audio files to their project may need to edit them first. Ondesoft Audio Recorder for Mac, despite its basic interface, applies desired, albeit limited, modifications to songs or other audio files.
Ondesoft Audio Recorder for Mac offers a free trial version, which limits playback to two minutes of audio. Unlocking the full version requires a $29.95 payment. The program's small size allowed for a fast installation. Other than a pop-up menu describing the trial version and requesting a key to unlock the program, setup did not require any user actions. It is unclear if support is available for the program, and, outside of a basic help menu, there are no dedicated instructions. Buttons along the interface's top row easily identify functions to add programs from which to record and microphones to use. After some trial and error, the recording functions became clear, but a tutorial would have been helpful. Once imported into the program, files can be cropped and sections of audio removed through a simple menu. Users can click and drag to highlight sections of the file for cutting or removal. Playback of the modified files is as expected. Unfortunately, the audio editing options are limited, and additional features would have been useful.
Ondesoft Audio Recorder for Mac, while functional, lacks audio-editing features of other, more comprehensive programs.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Ondesoft Audio Recorder for Mac 3.22.3.