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i-Sound Recorder for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows Vista
i-Sound 7.0 is a next generation sound recorder for Windows. Newest version unleashes the power of Windows 7 and Windows Vista and ready to record streaming audio out-of-box.
i-Sound 7.0 includes all the features of its predecessor, but main feature is an ability to record audio from output device directly without using "Stereo Mix" input.
Yes, it's true! "Stereo Mix" is no longer required. You do not need to spend time searching right audio driver. You do not need enable "hidden" or "disabled" audio devices via Control Panel.
Direct Audio Recording
After installation i-Sound will use your default playback device (Speakers) for recording. You will get the digital copy of all sound going through the speakers with perfect quality.
Real time audio compression
i-Sound save free space on hard drive using real-time audio compression to most popular audio formats like MP3, OGG and WMA or lossless audio formats like WAV and APE.
i-Sound can start recording at predefined time, date, day of week and open URL of streaming audio. Browser window will be closed automatically after recording. You can specify up to one hundred recording tasks.
VOX is a smart system that can skip silent pauses in audio, but ignore short snaps and background noise. It works just like a portable digital recorder.
AGC used to keep the audio at a consistent volume by gradually increasing or decreasing the gain in response to the changes in signal level. You can also configure it manually using the VU Meter.
Easily edit recordings
If you wish to edit audio file after recording then you can use free sound editor add-on. Just open recording browser, select your recording and click "Edit file in sound editor" button. First time it will download and install add-on, next time it will load audio file to editor automatically.
Recording browser lets you manage to listen to recordings, delete, rename, and edit your recordings without leaving the program.