Audio Sound Recorder API for .NET Commercial edition


Audio Sound Recorder API for .NET is a custom API that makes it easy adding sound playback and mixing capabilities to applications.
Audio Sound Recorder API for .NET is designed to work directly with your sound card or with your CD/DVD player, so you can record almost any audio, including that from a microphone, a line-in jack or a CD player (CD ripping), at near-perfect quality.
The whole recorded sound can be kept in memory for later use or stored on the hard disk using several formats like WAV, MP3, WMA and OGG Vorbis; once a recording session has been completed, it’s possible to hear recorded sound through a very basic playback system.
The integrated Sound Activation System allows pausing a recording session automatically when no sound is being heard: this will help saving valuable space both in memory and on disk.
Thanks to the integration with FreeDb servers (CDDB), the control can obtain information about the CD currently in ripping phase and, if available on the Amazon web site, the control can obtain the CD cover pictures as well.
Contains a visual Waveform Analyzer and allows restarting a recording session in insert, append, overwrite or mixing mode.

Summary: sound card, OGG Vorbis, CD/DVD, Amazon, web site

Concepts: Vorbis, Recording, Gramophone record, MP3, Digital audio, Windows Media Audio, Container format, Media technology


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Tags: Sound Recorder API, Audio Sound Recorder, recording session, OGG Vorbis, integrated Sound Activation, visual Waveform Analyzer, sound card, Amazon web site, Windows Media Audio, CD cover pictures, computing/hardware/computer components/sound cards/technology, sound playback, custom API, near-perfect quality, line-in jack, CD/DVD player, basic playback, FreeDb servers, hard disk, CD player, mixing mode.Summary, Gramophone record, valuable space, Digital audio, Container format, web siteConcepts, Media technologyCategories

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