Software for working with audio in Mac OS

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Sometimes I have to take to creating advertising for radio and I record podcasts for yourself. For post-processing in my Windows I used 2 programs: WaveLab (the process recording normalization, filters, effects, bass, cutoff frequencies, which theoretically could not record the microphone, etc.) and Adobe autdition (for information paths, automatically eliminate noise, normalize volume levels, to compile in variable bitrate mp3, etc.). Google suggested that both programs are EXPECTED under Mac OS 10.5.x 10.6.x (Intel), but are not yet available.
Almost got rid of the laptop under Windows, and I want to do now on the MacBook. Tell me with what FOR you to do the same? It is desirable that the time relearning to reduce to the shortest interval.
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You clearly here.
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Start with GarageBand (advised above), which is already on your MacBook.
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It is enough for creating podcasts to most people.
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Well, if not enough, then (in addition to the already mentioned Audacity) — a bunch of specialized software for podcasts, audio editors, free and commercial software for www.macupdate.com.
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But if no extra money, but his conscience is still with you, here.
And интерface in audacity you will be familiar after WaveLab-a and Audition...
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Since we are not talking about free software, I can advise only Cubase 5.1. Will more than fulfill everything you need and more. Someone might say logic, but it is, IMO, just a matter of taste.
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