TapeDeck updated to 1.1, adds YouTube export

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Michael Rose
August 15th, 2008
In this article: audio, quicktime, tapedeck, youtube
TapeDeck updated to 1.1, adds YouTube export
tape deck appMore audio news on the Mac today: the undeniably cute, surprisingly functional TapeDeck recording app (yes, it looks exactly like a cassette deck, and works pretty much the same way) has been updated to version 1.1. The headline features in this version are improved export capability (to most QuickTime-supported audio formats, including MP3 and AIFF), the option to record high-quality at 320kbps, and built-in YouTube exporting, complete with a charming tape-playing video.

TapeDeck's simplicity, and the very easy (possibly too easy) YouTube export, are bound to have plenty of Mac users releasing their quick & dirty audio recordings to the world in short order. TapeDeck (Universal Binary) is $25 and a demo is available at the tapedeckapp.com site.

Video of the YouTube export in action after the jump.
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