updated 11:50 am EDT, Fri August 15, 2008
SuperMegaUltraGroovy and toastycode have released free update for TapeDeck, an audio recorded that was designed to look and act like a classic tape recorder. Version 1.1 has new features that make sharing recordings with others easy, including the ability to export to YouTube directly from TapeDeck. The audio file plays accompanied by an animation of the tape cassettes as seen during playback in the software's interface. TapeDeck 1.1 brings the ability to import from and export to additional audio formats, such as AIFF and MP3. The other major upgrade is in the fidelity of the high- and medium-quality presets: high-quality presets can now be set to record at a maximum of 320 kbps.
TapeDeck 1.1 is a free update for licensed users and new users can purchase the software for $25.