Under The Microscope

Hear All About Us: May 31st, 2007 Edition

Yesterday, I talked about using Fission’s AAC editing abilities to edit iTunes Plus files. We love Fission and we know it works great for all sorts of audio editing. However, you don’t need to take our word for it. Just check out the latest link roundup:

• Mac DevCenter picked their best new apps of 2006 and Fission made that list, with Derrick Story saying:

“Right now my leading contender is Fission. I’m constantly having to cut and snip audio, and Fission gives me exactly what I need without sapping the heck out of my laptop, even the older ones. And once I’m finished editing, I can just save the file without having to recompress it. Very nice, especially for MP3s, because there’s no quality loss. Amazing how much I can do with Fission, Audio Hijack Pro, QuickTime Pro, and GarageBand if I need it.”

• Fission also recently received 5 mice out of 5, a perfect score, from MacUser UK. In praising us, they called Fission:

“…a straightforward, no-nonsense editor that does precisely what you need. Elegant and easy to use, it’s the ideal companion to Audio Hijack.”

• In covering the Fission 1.5 release, The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) contributor Scott McNulty sent some love in our direction:

“I love Fission, by Rogue Amoeba. That’s right, I said it. Do not judge the love between a man and this piece of powerful, yet simple to use, audio editing software.”

• And while we mentioned it before in Company News, such an honor is worthy of repeating. Fission picked up an Eddy Award from Macworld Magazine in 2006!

All in all, that’s not too shabby. Click to check out Fission now.

Comments for this post have been closed. Thanks for reading!


Our Software