Free Sound Recorder 10.8.8
Free Sound Recorder is a great tool that is better than Windows own stock audio recording offering. This neat little app can record whatever data your sound card is processing. Not only that, but it also adds scheduling, some hot keys, and a few unique extras. You also have the option to output in more formats than its Windows counterpart,
Free Sound Recorder's interface is very similar to a media player, in fact, it actually has some media player functionality. There is a small set of media player controls beneath the Files List that enables you to play back recordings. The recording controls, two-channel level display, and counter also give Free Sound Recorder a nice looking interface to play around with.
The app has numerous configurable tweaks and gives you a few saving options to choose from, namely the ability to choose to save files in MP3, WMA, WAV, or Ogg format. There are also various options to schedule recordings and assign hotkeys. But, where Free Sound Recorder stands out form the crowd is the Automatic Gain Control. This feature can limit the High Level, Low Level, and Attack Time of recordings when the source is either too loud or too soft.
Free Sound Recorder is a very tidy little audio recorder that allows you to record music from any online music site or Internet radio station. It’s a great tool that is relatively lightweight, has a small footprint and is easy to navigate.
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