[access-uk] Re: Total recorder versus goldwave?

Hello, Total Recorder is indeed very accessible, and is probably more so 
than GoldWave. Total Recorder, the professional edition at least, allows you 
to record, edit, process, and convert sound. Recording sources include your 
sound card's line in/microphone/"what you hear" input, as well as its own 
virtual device driver which captures exactly what's being sent to your sound 
card. Total Recorder supports many file formats, including PCM WAV, MP3, 
WMA, and, with plug-ins, OGG and WMV, for example. The Audio Restoration 
plug-in is similar to GoldWave's noise reduction feature, however I never 
really needed to use it so can't exactly say. You can download a fully 
functional evaluation copy, with the exception that a short portion of 
audible noise will be inserted into each new recording about every 1 minute, 
from www.totalrecorder.com. Hope this helps.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ibrahim Gucukoglu" <ibrahim_gucukoglu@xxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2009 4:19 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Total recorder versus goldwave?


Hi Everyone.

I'm currently using goldwave for my audio editing and conversion needs, 
however Total Recorder has been recommended as an accessible alternative. 
If someone has used or uses both applications, could they please give me a 
rundown of the features of TR and if possible a comparison?  Looking on the 
total recorder site, I also see a number of plug-in.  One that caught my eye 
was the audio restoration function, however has anyone used this and if they 
have, what do you think of it?

All the best, Ibrahim. 

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