REC free download for Mac

REC2.1.3

10 July 2008

Records up to 8 tracks simultaneously.

Overview

REC... Record audio on the fly... for free.

Very simple app for audio recording. After recording you can select which part of the file you want to save.

What's new in REC

Version 2.1.3:
  • Correct bugs relative to some keyboard shorcuts.
Version 2.1.2:
  • Correct bugs when saving the audio file.
Version 2.1.1:
  • Works on PPC from 10.4.11.
Version 2.1:
  • Universal Binary.

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12 Reviews of REC

Citadel
05 March 2007
Version: 1.0

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REC 1.0 is a handy little app, very useful and hey, it's free! However, with version 1.0, you will not be able to drag the app onto the desktop after running the .dmg. There is a simple work around though. Simply 'ctrl' -click on REC.app in the .dmg window. This will open a menu. Locate the 'Create Archive of "REC.app" entry. Click on this and you'll end up with a zip of the complete app. Simply unzip the resulting file and you'll have your full working version of the application..which can then be moved to any location desired. I'm certain this generous developer will fix the issue shortly. My final recommendation is to check out his other products as well. Nice! Thanks.
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Paulamac
05 January 2009
Version: 2.1.3
Eric, I love REC OS X 2.1.3 and I have used it on others macbook pro computers. However it will not provide an interface for my macbook pro 10.5.6 2.5ghz intel core 2 duo. I am very disappointed. Do you know what the problem could be, and how can I make it work. Many thanks Paulamac
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Arvidtp
10 July 2008
Version: 2.1.3
Audio never starts on my macbook pro (10.5.4). I have a feeling I am just missing a setting that could be accessed through MaxMSP's standard DSP Status window. You should make that available from the standalone. Also, using a buffer~ to hold the recorded/loaded sound is both dangerous (crash = your audio recording gone) and it is not suitable for long recordings (takes a loooong time to load/save large audio files as the whole thing must be loaded into or transferred from RAM/VRAM). I for one do wish MaxMSP had a direct-to-disk audio file editor like the one for buffers. Then you could do all sorts of great things like this with it.
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resuna
10 July 2008
Version: 2.1.3
8-track? Man, does that tickle my nostalgia bone.
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Polyrythmic
03 July 2008
Version: 2.1.1
REC currently crash on some PPC Mac, this was confirmed by several reports. Sorry for this, I'm trying to look forward. Eric, Polyrythmic
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Pfackelmann
01 July 2008
Version: 2.1.1
Again, no interface. This time a different message in Terminal: powerbook:~ peterfackelmann$ /Users/peterfackelmann/Desktop/REC\ 211.app/Contents/MacOS/REC JUCE v1.45 no interfaces folder, you are in serious trouble! Regards Peter
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Polyrythmic
01 July 2008
Version: 2.1.1
Hi, version 2.1.1 should work both on PPC and MacIntel. Cheers, Eric, Polyrythmic
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Polyrythmic
01 July 2008
Version: 2.1
Hi, and many thanks for the report. You're right, Rec 2.1 doesn't seem to work on PPC. [tested on G4] I'm trying to change this. Cheers, Eric, Polyrythmic (7/1/2008, Version: 2.1)
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Pfackelmann
01 July 2008
Version: 2.1
started REC: no interface crashed XC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001) KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS (0x0001) at 0x80030000 tried in Terminal powerbook:~ peterfackelmann$ sudo /Users/peterfackelmann/Desktop/REC.app/Contents/MacOS/REC Password: JUCE v1.45 Segmentation fault (PPC G4 10.4.11) Any proposal? Thank you Peter
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Unco
05 March 2007
Version: 1.0
Thanks Citadel for the tip. I had exactly the same problem and managed to work around it. I work on a 1.67 GHz PPC G4 alu powerbook, 2 Gig, Mac Os X.4.8
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Baroo
05 March 2007
Version: 1.0
I had the same problem and the workaround worked well, so I think there's some problem in the dmg. Anyway my system is a Mac mini 1.66 Core Duo 2GB. Keep up the great work! Cheers, Rob
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Polyrythmic
05 March 2007
Version: 1.0
Hi Citadel, and thanks for your comment! Well, what you describe is quite strange, and I can't reproduce this on my computer. What system are you running on?
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Citadel
05 March 2007
Version: 1.0
REC 1.0 is a handy little app, very useful and hey, it's free! However, with version 1.0, you will not be able to drag the app onto the desktop after running the .dmg. There is a simple work around though. Simply 'ctrl' -click on REC.app in the .dmg window. This will open a menu. Locate the 'Create Archive of "REC.app" entry. Click on this and you'll end up with a zip of the complete app. Simply unzip the resulting file and you'll have your full working version of the application..which can then be moved to any location desired. I'm certain this generous developer will fix the issue shortly. My final recommendation is to check out his other products as well. Nice! Thanks.
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