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Freeware audio editor: Audacity 1.0
Audacity 1.0 is final version of the free audio editor that runs natively on Mac OS 9 and OS X, as well as Windows and Linux. It features recording, mixing, and fast editing with unlimited undo and requires the LAME MP3 Encoder Library to create MP3 files . Version 1.0 fixes several bugs and adds more complete support for OS X. A preview version of Audacity 1.1pr is also available. [Classic, Carbon]
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New digital image broswer: Picturesque 1.0
Suite Music has released a new digital image browser: Picturesque 1.0 displays photographs with customizable heirarchical organization. The $15 shareware also also supports rotation, renaming, and printing.
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