(PRWEB) June 08, 2013
Audio Record Wizard works directly with the PC's sound card to create CD-quality recordings from a microphone, stereo equipment, webpages, and from other software. Also, users with Windows 7 or newer can capture computer sounds and voices at the same time, so it allows them to make recordings from Google Talk, Skype, and other voice chat software.
All of Audio Record Wizard's technical sophistication is hidden behind a simple, intuitive user interface. Simply select the recording source, and start recording. The software can save audio streams as high-quality MP3 files, or as WAV, OGG, or FLAC files.
It's easy to turn on the software's noise suppression processing, or to use the built-in auto gain control while recording. The software lets users limit the length of each recording, record only when voice activation is turned on, or schedule recordings for specific times in the future. There is even an audio merger function that makes it simple to combine multiple audio files into a single playback file.
Whether you're a music lover who wants to download and save streaming audio files from YouTube, a student who needs to schedule and record Internet-based radio broadcasts, or a businessperson who wants to create podcast content from Skype interviews, Audio Record Wizard has the tools that you need.
Audio Record Wizard 6 runs under Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, costs $24.95(US) for a single-user license. You can download a trial version of the software from our website. For more information, visit http://www.nowsmart.com/record-sound-from-computer.html.
Since 2002, NowSmart has been developing and marketing audio software for home and business users. In addition to Audio Record Wizard, the company also offers NowSmart Cut, a utility that makes it simple to grab audio tracks from video files and to make ringtones from any audio file. For more information, visit http://www.nowsmart.com.