Sound-Rec-Ed provides simple GUIs to record and edit sound files, similar to operating a tape-deck. Buttons start and stop recording or break incoming audio into separate files. It can cut sections from audio files or join files. It saves files in WAV, OGG, or MP3 format.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Editors Capture/Recording|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release added a button for selecting and cutting away sections of a recording in the Sound Editor tool. The front panel appearance was improved. Time indicators are displayed when the selection sliders are moved.
Release Notes: The VU meters now come up by default when Sound-Recorder is invoked. It provides a visual check of the sound levels prior to starting a new recording. Some safety improvements were also added.
Release Notes: An optional volume level indicator was added to Sound-Recorder for checking levels prior to beginning a new recording. A menu was added to set options within the tool. In Sound-Editor, the play-rate indicator and plot units were improved.
Release Notes: Automatic volume limiting was added to the Sound-Editor so as to avoid clipping. This is especially useful for saving high dynamic-range recordings, such as speech when volume is raised too high. A slider was added for the volume adjustment window. It now shows volume change in dB or linear, depending on the graph selected. The net-change in both linear and dB is always displayed. A button was added to automatically set volume to the maximum level without clipping. The makefile was fixed to compile both programs.
Release Notes: Options were added to SoundRec for delaying the start of recording and for limiting the total duration of all recordings. Options were also added to automatically run user specified filter-programs or scripts on each recorded file, as well as to set file sequence numbers to specified ranges.