Audio Companion for Mac OS X


Audio Companion is a sound recorder allowing you to record music via the built in sound input or any sound input device connected to your computer (USB devices such as Griffin iMic).

It will either act as a normal audio recorder or as a recorder that automatically split each song into separate files.

The files may be saved as ordinary AIFF files (ready for burning an Audio CD) or saved as MP3 files or any file format that QuickTime can create. You may also save the files as AAC/m4a files.

Access to AudioUnit effects that ships with Mac OS X as well as any third party AudioUnit effect.

Advanced filtering function for removing clicks and crackles when recording old vinyl records.
Audio examples available here.

RIAA correction for direct connection of a turntable. Speed correction - record your old 78 records at 45 RPM.

To use Audio Companion to record audio comming from other applications, please check out the free Soundflower utility.

Audio Companion requires a Mac computer with a PowerPC G4, G5 or Intel processor running Mac OS X 10.4.0 or higher.
Audio Companion is built as an Universal application, meaning it will run natively on your Intel or PPC-based Mac.
Supports Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) and 10.8 (Mountain Lion). Free LAME library needed for MP3 encoding.


Please go to the Download page for downloading the trial version.


Screen shot of Audio Companion for Mac OS X