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***Winners Announced***

It's been a while since we had a giveaway on FCP.co so we thought we would team up with Weynand.com to offer you the chance of winning a copy of the newly released Pro Audio To Go 48 kHz audio recorders for your iPhone.

We all know that the audio from DSLR's is pretty ropey, but what if you don't want to fork out for a standalone audio recorder like the Zoom H4n or Tascam DR40? Weynand.com might have the answer with Pro Audio To Go, an app for your iPhone that converts it into a professional quality 48 kHz recorder. The files from the iPhone can be dropped into FCP or FCPX and used without any conversion.

Congratulations to the winners

To have a chance of winning one of the 3 apps each worth $29.99, all you have to do is tweet the title of this story and include @FCPdotCo in the tweet. The easiest way to do this is from the tweet button on the top left of the article. The winners will be picked at random from the tweets from now until Wednesday evening, so get tweeting!

If the name sounds familiar to FCP users, it is because the same company that has produced the app is also behind the official FCPX training book published by Peachpit. They've branched out into apps for the iPhone with shortcut lookup helps and now Pro Audio To Go. It was originally designed for journalists at the Los Angeles CNN News Bureau and is currently being used by national on-air talent.

"Pro Audio To Go turns your iPhone into a 48 kHz professional audio recorder for use on location by news reporters, journalists, documentarians, producers and editors. With a single tap on your phone, you can record an AIFF audio file in 48 kHz. Upload the file directly to an FTP server or email it, then download and instantly begin using it in your editing system's Timeline. No conversion necessary!"

Features:
One tap to record professional quality audio
XLR connector plugs into iPhone with purchasable cable
Records 48 kHz AIFF Files
Uploads to customized FTP site or send via Email
Drag and Drop files directly from iTunes
Custom Pre-set equalization for any mic
Save FTP and Equalization presets
Works amazingly with audio recorder built into iPhone
Memory Count Down on front of phone

Weynand also sell a an adaptor cable to plug an XLR or 1/4 jack into the iPhone so you don't have to rely on the internal microphone.