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Griffin Final Vinyl for Mac

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 2.5.1
  • 3.5
  • (7)
  • Security Status

A free program for Mac, by Griffintechnology.

The Final Vinyl application is a general audio recording application for Mac OS X.

It is based on the technology from Griffin, the creator of the iMic audio recorder.

This is a tool for recording the sound of your vinyl records.

The sound is recorded to an audio file, which can be saved to your computer.

You can record using your iMic, which is a microphone designed to work with the Apple Mac OS X operating system.

The sound is recorded to the default recording location.

The user can set the audio file format to CD-audio, MP3, etc.

The user can add any audio file to the records.

The records can be saved to your computer, to a music folder, or to the folder where the application is installed.

Free audio recording software exclusively for Griffin PowerWave and iMic owners. Final Vinyl makes recording your old records and tapes super easy.

Program available in other languages


Griffin Final Vinyl for Mac

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 2.5.1
  • 3.5
  • (7)
  • Security Status

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