September 12, 2011 in Music and Recording
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Flux Forge is proud to announce the release of the new Kvlt Audio Recorder for the Mac. This audio recording software is made specifically for non-professional users. Thus, it is the perfect audio recording solution for Mac home users desiring high quality recording performance.
This remarkably designed Mac OS X audio recorder has a beautiful, slick user interface, which was previously non-existent for Macintosh home users. Given its ease of use, Kvlt allows Mac OS X home users to record high quality audio clips on their Mac. Additionally, file formats such as MP3, M4A, AAC, AIFF, and WAVE are supported. Even iPhone ringtones can be exported.
"The Kvlt Audio Recorder for OS X is unique because it's a significant combination of the slick user interface and ease of use - all while providing users with a professional grade of recording performance," explains, Leon Szpilewski, Flux Forge's owner. "In other words, this is an outstanding invention that Mac home users can appreciate it."
* Support for .aiff, .wav, .caf, .m4a, .m4r, .aac, .mp3 files
* iPhone ringtone export
* High quality recording (44kHz/stereo/32bit)
* Realtime spectral analysis
* Native 64bit application
* French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Russian and Korean will follow soon
* Requires Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
* Requires a 64Bit CPU
* Requires audio input device (microphone)
* 5 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Kvlt Audio Recorder 1.1 is available for purchase at the Mac App Store. Its introductory price is $4.99. Its regular price will soon be $9.99.
Flux Forge is an independent iOS and OS X development firm. Based in Berlin, Germany, it was started in 2008 by software developer Leon Szpilewski. Besides creating its own products, Flux Forge also does consulting and contracting work in development. Their main area of expertise is digital signal processing applications (DSP). Copyright (C) 2011 Flux Forge. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.