Record sound played by an external device such as a tape player, LP player, portable music player, personal voice recorder, microphone, AM/FM/Sat radio, etc.
One of the great features of the computer sound card is that it allows you to connect an external device to a computer and record sound produced by that device. No extra hardware is required other than an audio cable.
Total Recorder can record from any line of your sound board with ability to listen to audio being captured. This allows you to:
- Digitize your LP or tape music collection
- Record your voice with a microphone
- Record an external AM/FM/Sat receiver
- Record from any other external device connected to your sound board
You can also use Total
Recorder Add-ons to enhance such recordings. For example,
the Audio Restoration Add-on
is intended to be used for suppressing noise often found in old
recordings, as well as suppressing pops, clicks, and crackles. The
Automatic Gain Control and Speech
Enhancement Add-on is especially efficient for microphone
recordings. The Total Recorder Streaming Add-on allows real-time transfer of audio being played back or captured by Total Recorder over a local network or the Internet.