Fission was always a simple and fast method for edits of recordings from both Audio Hijack Pro and Piezo, as well as creating iPhone ringtones, editing iTunes Music Store files, and more. After 6 years, Fission comes out with a new version 2 that takes audio editing up a notch. Fission 2 Key Features Export [...]
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Pulsar, a new Application from Rogue Amoeba, is a listening client to link to two websites, those being XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. If you don’t know what XM and Sirius Radio is, the best description is Radio without the Ads. How is this possible? Well they are both subscription sites, XM costs $8 a month Sirius costs $13 a month. This gives you roughly 60 to 80 channels with some great content and no Ads.
Now in the UK we already have pretty good Radio, especially the BBC with little in the way of advertising. I say little because of course they do advertise their own programs. But I must admit, I have listened to commercial Radio over here, which is popular, but it drives me crazy!
And what if I can’t find what I’m after via the BBC?