Hi all,

Just wondered if anyone knew of a simple bit of software that can add an audio 'watermark' ident onto an audio file easily, for OSX? Something that I can mix to a certain volume level and decide the spacing of the repeats would be useful. I think there's something for PC but not sure of anything for OSX.

Any help appreciated! Cheers Andy


i believe both Sound Studio and Twisted wave will do batch stuff like that, but you'll have to check i'm away from my desk.

I like twisted wave, but sound studio is also good.

  • Hi Dave, thanks for the comment. I checked out some demos and it doesn't look like they do what I want specifically :( – Andy Lewis May 18 '13 at 13:27


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  • Hi Jean. Thanks for the comment. Seems that's its only a Win application though. Anything for Mac OSX? – Andy Lewis Jun 1 '13 at 8:28
  • correct, it is a win app have not seen any yet for mAC osx – Jean Jun 2 '13 at 6:16

Nice. Thanks for remembering me again, that i´m looking for the same thing. Ic checked google and found this in one second. Does anyone tried it ?




First install Homebrew, then you can install ffmpeg or sox. After that, a little shell script or automator script will help you to do the batch job.

To control the repeat interval and volume, simply add some silence to your watermark and adjust the volume.

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