Fission is an audio editing tool that allows you to crop and trim audio, paste in or join files and even rapidly split one long file into a number of files.
As well as editing you can also use Fission to convert formats, rapidly exporting or converting files in batches to MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless, FLAC, AIFF and WAV formats.
One feature of Fission is that it has been streamlined so that editing is faster, however it does not suffer from quality loss which is common with other editors. The user interface is simple to use, making the whole process of audio editing more fun. Once you've finished editing, Fission allows you to publish your audio directly to a SoundCloud account, meaning that sharing is easier than ever.
So whether you want to edit audio to create iPhone ringtones, remove unwanted ads, edit podcasts or convert digital albums, Fission is the essential audio editing application for you.
Critical Bug Fix: A hang which could occur when adding files together in Fission has been corrected.
Enhancement: Improved bitrate calculations now enable improved joining of some AAC compressed files, for better audio quality.
Bug Fix: To workaround a QuickLook and QuickTime Player bug which could prevent chapterized files from playing as expected, Fission now converts progressive JPEG images to baseline JPEG.
Bug Fix: The “Select Previous Clip” and “Select Next Clip” buttons now display properly, with no ironic clipping of the text itself.
Bug Fix: Ringtone saving no longer incorrectly overwrites an existing ringtone when saving a second time with the same name.
Other: Fission now has compatibility with MacOS 10.14 (Mojave).