GrooveRecorder is a direct-to-disc AIFF recorder with scheduling and dividing functions.
Auto-divide the recordings into segments of 74 minutes, 80 minutes, three hours or whatever you need. CD quality can be obtained for as long as three and a half hours.
Radio show recordings can be made this way, and disc jockeys can easily make mix tapes.
With GrooveRecorder's built-in threshold sampling function, it's easy to divide recordings with pauses into several pieces. In addition, an accurate peak-hold-level-meter makes it possible to edit all soundcard parameters and to control the input level.
So, just set up your options, and click GO!
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
GrooveRecorder is fully functional during trial period; then the functions are disabled.
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