FeyRecorder is a multi-purpose audio tool able to carry out various sound tasks including: conversion from CD, tapes, DVDs, live concerts, TV sounds, online radio, video games and any other sound sources into audio files that can be easily saved on the hard drive.
The abilities of the program go even further by integrating text-to-speech conversion with natural voices which enables you to listen to your text documents at any time. FeyRecorder compatibility range reaches most popular formats among which MP3, WMA, OGG, VOX, AU, AIFF. The user-friendliness of the program allows it to be used by any type of user who wants to save his/her audio recordings in various formats or save text documents as audio files. All those files can be transferred then to any portable device for on-the-go availability. Once the settings configured - the sound source, the recording quality, and volume, you are ready to press the record button. You just need to select the format you want and click on the Record CD button. In order to prevent duplicate conversions, required file format conversions are performed automatically using smart caching. The features don't stop here! With FeyRecorder you have unlimited recording time and you are able to save audio files under the title of your choice and in the directory you select. The main window provides an Archive button for quick viewing or browsing of all files you have recorded, but you can also use it to delete or play recorded files in the program's integrated media player. FeyRecorder's interface is just as impressive as the program itself - clean, nice-looking with useful displays including filtering, a waveform dynamic graph of the audio file, manipulating a number of sound effects, an equalizer for sound quality enhancement and more.
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