Use Audacity - it has a built-in recording function so you can add voice-over to any footage - such as time lapse.
Audacity works on selections from clip. To select - use View -> Fit in Window to see all. Selection Tool and Zoom Tool are the main tools. Mouse over these to identify these.
Frequency AnalysisRecording audio at 16,000 hz can get you, for example, a measurement of engine frequency or misfiring. You can simply plot a frequency of the sound, and look for signatures on certain freqencies. For example, a 3600 rpm single cylinder engine that fires every stroke (revolution rate is 3600 hertz) - you should see a big spike at 3600 hz, with other noise around that. As another example, voice ID can be performed by matching voice against known signatures.
See how to obtain spectrum: