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Audio Recorder Titanium< のgiveaway は 2009年6月21日
Audio Recorder Titanium は Windowsの音響を録音。簡単に録音、保存、編集、プレーバックが可能。
Audio Recorder Titaniumはマイク、インターネット・ブロードキャスト、CD,ビデオゲームなどからオーディオを録音。
Note (before people start whining): The reg. key is in the Readme.txt, and you can use your own name to register.
one other thing---if you have a decent sized hard drive----set the recorder to 24 bit wav or ogg formats----then convert to mp3 with the editor----it sounds a lot better that way
#3: I didn't believe you, but yes, it's true: you can register this program with your own name and the GOTD key!
#13: I think you're forgetting that the GOTD 'install wrapper' in setup.exe means you can only install this program today?
But back to my review … :)
I'm a BBC-trained audio engineer and a long-time software developer; I also make ads. for our community radio station, Leith FM. My usual audio 'weapons of choice' are Nero Wave Editor (for recording), Sound Forge XP (very old version—for general single-file editing etc.), and Sony ACID Music Studio 7 and Reaper 0.999 (for multi-file mixing and processing). I just hate Audacity and can't get to grips with it.
Titanium installed with no problems on my XP SP3 machine here and an initial test of recording a live BBC radio stream worked AOK.
— Nice simple interface for 'instant recording.'
— The audio level meters have a peak hold which makes setting levels a breeze.
— There IS an automatic level system for those who want it (personally, I don't).
— The 'Build-In' (sic!) Audio Editor is MUCH more capable than you would think, with LOTS of effects, including normalize, text-to-speech, pitch AND time stretch/shrink, and lots of other goodies.
— Install forces an install of WMP 9 runtime (as #10 says). I wasn't able to stop this, but I wasn't as bothered about that as #10 clearly was!
— Having set my preferred MP3 settings from the Options button in the 'mini-panel,' those Options seem to be separate from the Options in the Audio Editor. I nearly saved a file with the wrong settings in the Editor: it seems you need to set your preferences in ther a second time.
— By default, adds itself to Explorer file context menu (grr!). You can switch this off in the Editor options.
— Uses that horrible Office 2007/Vista style 'ribbon' etc. Yuk. But I guess that's the way of the world nowadays.
— The developer's spelling in menus etc. is ATROCIOUS! 'Decimcal' and 'Visiable' are two examples I've found so far, plus the major clanger: Build-In Audio Editor. AAT: please PLEASE fix those! They do nothing for your credibility!
Those minor gripes apart, I really like Titanium on the brief play I've had with it so far. The recorder (despite its 'car audio panel' visual design, which I loathe) is simple and works very well; the peak hold meters are something I wish EVERY audio program developer would include. The editor also works well and is a little 'hidden gem!'
Would I pay $30 for it? If I didn't already have all the kit, then yes I think I would.
It's definitely a keeper for me and it will definitely replace Audio Recorder For Free as my pick of 'instant recorder from Internet' program.
Many thanks to GOTD and to AAT Technology for this one. But once again, AAT: DO fix your spelling mistakes in the menu, because they give the impression your software was written by a high school student, and WILL put some people off your rather excellent product.
Many thumbs up (spelling apart!). If you haven't grabbed this already, TRY IT NOW or you'll kick yourself tomorrow.
oh and if you want to learn the basics of recording and editing---the built in editor is very easy to use---just use your mouse wheel to zoom in on sections you have highlighted and chop away
installed and runs on vista 64, record on demand worked...
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