Audio Notes Recorder 6.3
This easy to use voice notes program records from microphone and all other sound sources you have with your sound card.
There are three microphone modes to choose from: normal, spy and voice operated recording. The program also has two working modes, digital and analog. In digital mode a cassette file consists of several recorded messages and each click on Record button creates a new message, while in analog mode a cassette file represents one continual rewritable message. Other key features include transcription playback mode, support for unattended scheduled recordings, export to WAV, MP3, OGG Vorbis or EXE, sound effects (echo, equalizer, flanger, pitch), message editor for making cut-outs and splitting, sending as email attachment, pre-amplifier, changeable skin, Exact Time Positioner (ETP) bar for quick and precise positioning within a message, endless loop playback, mouse wheel support and a selection of keyboard shortcuts with the most important controls available in off-focus mode and accessible while working in other programs.
This program also requires a compatible microphone.
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