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xstreme 28th January 2013 10:02 AM

Windows Micro Portable Recorder (free)
 
Portable Recorder Windows (Wave /44.1/16/DS)



http://www.bonisaudio.com/Bonis_Free/portrec.jpg

Download :

www.bonisaudio.com

( Download area )

:)

JMFahey 28th January 2013 07:56 PM

WoW !!!
I'll try it!!!
There's many recorders out there but a simple "cassette type" one where you "just hit the red button and start" is *very* useful.
Thanks.

xstreme 30th January 2013 09:32 AM

This is a MicroTone :)

small...but.....:usd:

http://www.bonisaudio.com/Bonis_Free/microtone.zip

forr 30th January 2013 01:05 PM

Just when trying to run the program after having unzipped it, a virus was detected on my computer.

xstreme 30th January 2013 06:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by forr (Post 3348565)
Just when trying to run the program after having unzipped it, a virus was detected on my computer.


My AVG say nothing :)

AKN 30th January 2013 07:52 PM

1 Attachment(s)
Hi,

Nice but what does Windows Micro Portable Recorder offer over Windows built in simple Sound Recorder?

Easy accessible: [Start] > type: sndrec32 > [Enter]

xstreme 30th January 2013 08:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AKN (Post 3349100)
Hi,

Nice but what does Windows Micro Portable Recorder offer over Windows built in simple Sound Recorder?

Easy accessible: [Start] > type: sndrec32 > [Enter]

sndrec32 ...XP ?

in win7 or win8 is :
%SystemRoot%\system32\SoundRecorder.exe

but it's not save in wav ...only wma.-

AKN 30th January 2013 08:24 PM

Yes XP, in W7 you just type: sound (more if you have more applications with the same name).
"Save as" in XP gives you the (only) option to save in wav. (XP only?).

xstreme 30th January 2013 09:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AKN (Post 3349154)
Yes XP, in W7 you just type: sound (more if you have more applications with the same name).
"Save as" in XP gives you the (only) option to save in wav. (XP only?).

i have win7 ... the recorder is ....byproducts :D

AKN 30th January 2013 09:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xstreme (Post 3349220)
i have win7 ... the recorder is ....byproducts :D

After little research (and test on my W7 PC).
Enter: soundrecorder /file outputfile.wav
Voila! wav file from the Sound Recorder included in W7. :D


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