Free Audio Recorder records audio from any sources on your computer such as sound card, CD player, microphone, line-in device etc.
A intuitive and compact application that helps you record sounds from many audio sources and export the generated results to MP3, WAVE, WMA or OGG
Weeny Free Audio Recorder is a cross-platform utility built specifically for helping you record sounds from many audio sources (sound card, CD, microphone, line-in device and others), as well as capture the audio streams from your media players.
It sports a clean and intuitive interface that allows users to start or stop the current recording session and configure the dedicated parameters pretty quickly. You can select the device, adjust the volume, pick a saving directory, and add a prefix to the recorded audio file's name.
Moreover, you can choose the output format from the following options: MP3, WAVE, WMA or OGG, as well as select the bit rate and channel, use CRC and VBR, and set the VBR quality.
Weeny Free Audio Recorder gives you the possibility of using hotkeys for a better control of the entire process, and you can select the keyboard shortcut combinations for the start, pause or stop actions from a predefined list.
It also comes packed with a built-in player that lets you listen to the recorded files. You can stop or play the current selection, and view details about the file size and duration.
During our testing we have noticed that the program is able to accomplish a task efficiently and without affecting the overall performance of the computer.
All things considered, Weeny Free Audio Recorder is a small but powerful application that boasts a user-friendly interface for helping you record sounds quickly and with minimum effort. Thanks to its well-organized functions and useful features, this tool comes in handy for users of all levels of experience.
-Softpedia Editor's Review
Easy-to-use interface, simple capture options, great sound quality, and you can save it in three different popular formats. I use it often for ripping, converting from tape to MP3 and CDs with the amazing quality. It hasn't failed once.