All Sound Recorder Vista for user Reviews

  • Recorder Tool
  • --- I was looking for such thing in order to record whatever is playing on speakers/Headphones and its here. Installed, Registered and started working fine without any extra effort. Thanks again -- Comment by Farrukh
  • ----Tried it on XP. Despite it says “Vista”, it works on XP as well. Downloading and registration went easy, registration key is included in the package. Options screen has many empty pages, when I opened it first time, but after restarting the app it started to work correctly. What I like about it is automatic pausing when silence is detected.---------------------------------------------Comment by Volodymyr Frytskyy
  • I have been looking for a sound card recorder that works with realtek audio chipsets on win 7 ultimate 64…and this one is it! works great, only issue–the ONLY issue was the keycode refused to paste into the slot—so i had to type it in. Sound quality is nearly flawless when recording from a streaming site like playlist…this will be a great way to get legal, free music! ----------------Comment by Jack S.
  • Installed perfect on WinXP SP3. Was able to register under my own name. Pretty flawless recording, surprisingly excellent quality, even on lower MP3 encoding settings. Definitely agree that the better English would help give this program more credibility. One thing though, the “Scheduler” doesn’t work properly, it looks like it just writes to the built-in Windows Task Scheduler, so when it runs the task, it just uses the default settings of the program since it starts an entirely new instance of the program (44khz, 16 bit WAV file). So if you’re not careful, you’ll end up creating a huge file if you planned on recording say, an hour long internet radio station.---------------------------- Comment by Scottino
  • Excellent program – small file, easy download, installation, registration (use any name and the regsitration key provided). I especially like that it does not use a lot memory, it has plenty of features and options including MP3 output, sample rate, bits per sample. From my initial test I found that “What-you-hear-is-what-you-get” – using the default settings. Output was much better than I expected. The interface shows digital bars when recording, how much space is available for recording and size of file created by current recording as well as duration. I haven’t quite figured out how to use the timer/scheduler but this will be useful for unattended recordings.------------------ Comment by Bern-Dog
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    • System Requirements
    • Windows Vista
    • * Full duplex sound card
    • * 16MB RAM or more
    • * Intel Pentium or compatible processor
    • * Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP operating system