PolderbitS Sound Recorder and Editor 9.0
This audio recorder saves your tapes and LPs to CD or MP3.
It records Internet audio and helps you transfer any sound source to your hard drive. Simply set the sound source, recording quality and volume, and then start recording.
The editor automatically splits your recording into multiple tracks, and you can trim the start and end of each track, or apply fade-in and fade-out functions. Save your recordings in WAV or MP3 format; then use your standard CD burner software to burn a CD.
The software includes a Click and Crackle filter for cleaning vinyl records, a Noise filter for cassette tape recordings and an Equalizer to enhance the sound quality for all recordings. Version 9 records all audio from the Internet and can save this to MP3 or CD. Also available in 64-bit version.
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