The end re­sult

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How­ever you choose to record your audio files, you should end up with a bunch of MP3 or M4A files that you can la­bel and lis­ten to later, ei­ther for tran­scrip­tion or just as a record of what was said by whom. You can keep th­ese in fold­ers or as playlists in iTunes. You can also record FaceTime Audio calls by us­ing a free ap­pli­ca­tion called SoundFlower, which is able to route audio in­ter­nally be­tween ap­pli­ca­tions inside your Mac. How­ever, this does in­volve set­ting up and con­fig­ur­ing some cus­tom vir­tual audio de­vices in the Audio MIDI Setup app, so it’s some­thing that’s per­haps bet­ter at­tempted by ex­pe­ri­enced users. For the out­lay, the Call Recorder or Audio Hi­jack apps pro­vide a cost-ef­fec­tive and quick so­lu­tion to call record­ing, es­pe­cially if you do a lot of it.

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