Leawo Updated Music Recorder for Mac to V3.0.4 with Better macOS 10.15 Support and Known Bugs Fixed

Shenzhen, Sep 15, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - The leading online multimedia solution developer and provider studio, Leawo Software, just released its Music Recorder for Mac V3.0.4 to deliver better music recording experience for Mac customers. The new version mainly focused on solving compatibility issue with macOS Catalina (10.15), and fixing some known bugs.

As a professional Mac audio recording software tool, Leawo Music Recorder for Mac offers customers wide options on audio sources. It could help people record any audio Mac computer's sound card could capture, including built-in microphone voice, computer local audio, online music, radio station, audio stream, etc. The audio recordings will be saved in MP3, AAC or FLAC audio file format. That means people could freely record online audio to MP3, AAC, or FLAC files easily, without downloading.

More important is that Leawo Music Recorder for Mac would help automatically download and add song tags like artist, album, artwork, artist, and other info to song recordings, and at the same time allow customers to manually edit these music tags. By recording, people could apply recorded songs or audio files to iTunes within one click. Due to its simplicity, functionality and productivity, Leawo Music Recorder has been widely used around the world.

Before this V3.0.4 update, Leawo tech team had added macOS Catalina (10.15) support for Music Recorder. According to Leawo's official website, Music Recorder for Mac could run on macOS 10.10 and later, including the latest macOS 10.15. However, there have been some feedback from customers that claim to have met some compatibility issues for running Music Recorder on macOS 10.15, such as program/recording getting stuck, program getting crashed during recording, microphone authorization issue that results in recording failure, being unable to apply recordings to iTunes, etc. The new version just solved these issues to ensure everything works smoothly and normally on macOS Catalina 10.15.

Besides the macOS 10.15 compatibility issue, there have been other know bugs fixed in this version, such as program crash, error code display for recording audio files to MP3 files, noise removal, multi-lingual interface error display, etc. All these bugs have been fixed for smoother user experience.

Price and availability

This new update has been available on Leawo Music Recorder for Mac's official webpage on leawo.org. Originally priced at $19.99/1-year license and $29.99/lifetime license, Leawo Music Recorder for Mac is now available at 30% discount in Leawo's 2020 Autumn Giveaway and Specials promotion, which gives out DVD Copy for totally free and offers up to 50% discount upon solutions covering Blu-ray, DVD, video, audio, picture, online video and other multimedia files.

About Leawo Software:

Leawo Software is a multimedia software developer dedicated to providing practical and useful software products and services to worldwide media fans. Its products include Blu-ray player, Blu-ray Ripper, Blu-ray Creator, Music Recorder, iTunes Cleaner, DVD Ripper, DVD Creator, Video Converter, iTransfer and so on for both Win and Mac platforms. Leawo is currently holding a 2020 Autumn Giveaway and Specials promotion to provide free giveaway gifts and special offers with up to 50% discount. For details, please visit https://www.leawo.org/promotion/special-offer/.

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