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Audio Sound Editor for .NET 7.1

Audio Sound Editor for .NET 7.1
Audio Sound Editor for .NET 7.1


Audio Sound Recorder for .NET is a .NET Windows Forms custom control developed by MultiMedia Soft that makes it easy to add sound recording and CD ripping capabilities to Winform and WPF applications written with Microsoft Visual Studio; thanks to the integration with DirectShow codecs and with the BASS library, both allowing decoding capabilities for the most common sound formats such as MP3, WAV, Ogg Vorbis and many others, Audio Sound Recorder for .NET allows creating powerful audio recording applications.

Audio Sound Recorder for .NET is designed to work directly with a sound card or with CD/DVD player, so you can record almost any audio source including a microphone, a line-in jack or a CD player (CD ripping), at near-perfect quality. This makes it ideal for implementing a variety of audio applications from music recording and editing to powerful dictation applications.

Recorded sounds can be kept in memory for later use or stored on the hard disk in any of the supported formats or using the ACM codecs in the system. Once a recording session has been completed, it is possible to play the recorded audio using the embedded playback system. If you need more sophisticated playback features (such as changing the tempo or pitch), consider using this component in conjunction with our Audio DJ Studio for .NET component.

Audio Sound Recorder for .NET supports deep analysis of the recorded sound waveform with rich visualisation capabilities including range selection, zooming and panning. Recorded sounds can be edited, resampled, mixed with other sounds and exported to different formats.

Brief summary of available features:

Audio recording from physical devices
Audio recording from sound files
Audio recording from the Internet
Audio editing
Audio effects
Audio playback
Audio export
Audio analysis
Protocols and sound cards management
Ripping of CD tracks
Graphical features
Tagging features
Misc features
Supported target systems
Supported .NET frameworks

Audio recording from physical devices

Recording from any DirectSound, ASIO or WASAPI compatible sound card available inside the system.
Support for half-duplex devices (like the Phillips SpeechMike™).
Support for switching the output file without stopping the recording session and without loosing any sound data.
Support for adding position markers during a recording session.
Recording sessions can be stored inside output files (on both disk or memory buffer) in the following audio formats:

- AAC (4) - NIST - PVF
- AAC+ (9) - MP2 (5) - RAW formats
- AIFF - MP3 (6) - SVX
- AU - MP4 (4) - VOC
- CAF (1) - OGG Vorbis (7) - W64
- FLAC - OPUS (8) - WAV (2)
- IRCAM - PAF - WMA (3)
(1) Support for PCM 8/16/24/32 bits, PCM 32 bits floating point, G711 U-LAW, G711 A-LAW
(2) Support for uncompressed PCM and compressed formats whose ACM codec is installed inside the system, multi-channel support with ASIO devices
(3) Requires the availability of Windows Media Player modules on the target PC, multi-channel support with ASIO devices
(4) Requires the availability of the external Faac.exe encoder, multi-channel support with ASIO devices
(5) Requires the availability of the external TwoLame.exe encoder
(6) Requires the availability of the external Lame.exe encoder
(7) Requires the availability of the external OggEnc.exe encoder, multi-channel support with ASIO devices
(8) Requires the availability of the external OpusEnc.exe encoder, multi-channel support with ASIO devices
(9) Requires the availability of the external Fdkaac.exe encoder, multi-channel support with ASIO devices.


Audio recording from sound files

Recording directly from sound files stored on disk, memory buffer or clipboard with resampling capabilities for the following input audio formats (see Audio recording from physical devices for the list of available output audio formats):

- AAC and AAC+ - M4A and MP4 - PCM RAW format
- AC3 - MOD Music - PVF
- AIFF - Monkey's Audio (APE) - Speex
- ALAC - MP3, MP2, MP1 - SVX
- AU - Musepack - VOC
- CAF (1) - NIST - W64
- CD tracks - OGG Vorbis - WAV (2)
- FLAC - OPUS - WavPack
- IRCAM - PAF - WMA and WMV (3)

(1) Support for PCM 8/16/24/32 bits, PCM 32 bits floating point, G711 U-LAW, G711 A-LAW
(2) Support for uncompressed PCM and compressed formats whose ACM codec is installed inside the system
(3) Require the availability of Windows Media Player modules on the target PC
Through integration with our Audio DJ Studio for .NET component, possibility to load the audio track of video clips.
Extraction of the audio track of a video clip with possibility to store it into an output audio file of a chosen format.

Audio recording from the Internet
Recording directly from HTTP, FTP or MMS sites with resampling capabilities (see Audio recording from physical devices for the list of available output audio formats).

Audio editing

Restart of a stopped recording session in "Append mode", "Insert mode", "Mix mode" and "Overwrite mode".
Sound editing basic capabilities with possibility to export portions of sound to the clipboard.
A background sound can be applied to the current recording session, also in loop mode.
Possibility to perform append and mixing automation operations on previously recorded audio tracks through integration with Audio Sound Editor for .NET.

Audio effects during recording

Sound Activation System (automatically skips silent periods during recording).
Automatic Gain Controller applied to data coming from an input channel.
Support for custom DSP effects.
Common filters (low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and stop-band)
Equalizer.

Audio playback

Play the recorded sound or any portion of the same.
Sound card output choice.
Support for playback in reverse
Support for changing sample rate during playback

Audio export

Exporting of the recorded sound into an audio file in the same audio formats available for recording sessions (see Audio recording from physical devices for the list of available output audio formats).

Audio analysis

Deep analysis at different resolutions of the loaded sound's waveform.

Protocols and sound cards management
DirectSound protocol
ASIO protocol
WASAPI protocol on Windows Vista and higher versions: allows recording from both capture and loopback devices with the possibility to mix what is being recorded from multiple sources into a single output file.
Management of audio endpoints (CoreAudio) on Windows Vista and higher versions
Sound card output choice and volume setting for playback

Ripping of CD tracks

Ripping of full CD tracks with resampling capabilities.
CD ripping automation, allowing to rip a set of tracks inside one single output file or inside a separate file for each track.
During a CD ripping session, possibility to normalize CD tracks before sending them to the encoder.
Ripping of predefined portion of CD tracks.
CDDB database queries through FreeDb servers.
CD cover pictures retrieval through Amazon Web Services.

Graphical features

Rich visualization capabilities of the waveform with possibility to perform range selection, zooming and panning: both waveform and spectral view are supported.
Real-time visual feedback (VU-Meter, Oscilloscope, Spectrum, Waveform display).
Enhanced graphical spectrum analyzer
Creation of graphic bars for custom displaying of Vu-Meters, Spectrum and Progress bars.
Waveform scroller allowing manual and automatic movement of the waveform.
Support for drawing the waveform representation inside a graphical device context (HDC).

Tagging features

Support for adding basic tag information (Author, Title, Album, Year) to recording sessions in the following formats:

- MP3 - OGG Vorbis
- MP4 - WMA

Misc features

Uploading of files and contents of the sound editing session into a FTP server.
Recording of the output of audio streams mixed through Audio DJ Studio for .NET.
Encryption/decryption of recorded sounds, often required by medical confidentiality laws.
Support for WMA profiles.
Support for ZIP format with AES encryption/decryption capabilities.
Support for splitting of a stereo recording session (from DirectSound device, file, memory, clipboard) into two separate destination mono files containing left and right channel respectively.
Emulation of the "Listen to this device" feature of the Windows control panel.
Integration with our Audio Sound Editor for .NET and Audio DJ Studio for .NET components

Supported target systems:

From Windows XP up to Windows 10 in both x86 and x64 versions
From Windows Server 2003 up to Windows Server 2016 in both x86 and x64 versions

Supported .NET frameworks

.NET Framework 2.0
.NET Framework 3.0
.NET Framework 3.5 ("Client profile" not supported)
.NET Framework 4.0 ("Client profile" not supported)
.NET Framework 4.5
.NET Framework 4.6
As already mentioned before, Audio Sound Recorder for .NET can be fully integrated with our existing audio related Winform components Audio Sound Editor for .NET and Audio DJ Studio for .NET and, for your convenience, this product is actually available inside the following convenient suite of products:

Audio Sound Studio for .NET: contains Audio Sound Editor and Audio Sound Recorder
Audio Sound Suite for .NET : contains Audio Sound Editor, Audio DJ Studio and Audio Sound Recorder

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