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Advanced Audio Recorder
"You can record streaming audio, Mic input, Line-in input, Quick Time, Real Player, Flash, games, as well as CDs and DVDs. Recorded sound can be saved in wav-file format, mp3 format, OGG format or WMA format." -

Advanced Audio Recorder > Create, open and save your recording

Create, open and save your recording

Create a new audio file
To create a new file press Ctrl+N.

When creating a new file Advanced Audio Recorder will normally prompt you to select the sample rate and channels. You can disable this prompt and set the default rate using Advanced Audio Recorder Options.

For more information to guide you when selecting sample rates and channels please see General Audio Concepts (Samples, Channels etc..).

Open an existing audio file
To open and existing file press Ctrl+O, browse to locate the file you want to open and click Open.

You can also load audio tracks from the CDs by select File -> Load Audio CD Track(s). Select a track by click on it.

Save an audio file
To save the current audio file with the current name press Ctrl+S.

To save the file with a different name or in a different format use the menu File -> Save As.

Click here to download the free demo version.