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Do a web search for 'record what U hear' or 'record stereo mix' and you'll get a return of thousands of PC users that are confused on why their newer PC system no longer offers 'stereo mix' or 'what-u-hear' audio recording, meaning the ability to record any sound you hear from your speakers or streaming audio.

The reason most computers don't have it anymore may have to do with the manufacturer's selection of the sound card. But then the question is: Why have most computer manufacturers stopped including Stereo Mix capability with their sound cards? Is it a conspiracy between Microsoft® and the RIAA?

Well.. let the big boys play their silly games - by using our 'What-U-Hear Track Recorder' you will be able to record any sound coming out of your speakers via a click. No special drivers or sound card configuration required. If you can hear it - you can record it. IT JUST WORKS
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Here's a video showing how easy it is to record a Youtube Video to Audio - use this software to build your music collection freely!


 

 

Do you rush right off to Wal-Mart, or use one of the 99 cent Music Download sites, to obtain the latest (or even oldies) tunes released?

While most of us are very leery to use any of the "peer to peer" music download software applications - knowing full well that it is illegal to download copyrighted music (not to mention that some contain embedded viruses) - did you know that recording music is considered "fair use", and as of this date, 100% *legal?

Think of all the money you could save (a penny saved is a penny earned) by putting in just a small amount of effort to obtain most any music you wanted at absolutely no cost. How much would you save, in say, a year? Instead of investing $.99 per tune - use approx. 5 minutes of your time to obtain the same result (a quality digital copy of the music you want).

Features that you're sure to like:

* Most all audio recorders rely on your systems' soundcard having the option to set, as the record source, to 'stereo mix' or 'what-u-hear' if you want to record streaming audio (i.e. the sound from *Youtube videos, etc.) As you know - most Wins 7 and 8 systems no longer offer this option; therefore, you have been locked out of recording sounds coming out of your speakers (streaming audio off the iNet). This advanced recorder requires absolutely NO such abilities of the sound card as well as no special drivers you have to deal with - IT JUST WORKS!

* Designed under the "KISS" theory - keeping it simple, but yet innovative and easy to use, was our main design goal.

* This software is designed to split a recording track at any time you click the 'Split Now!' button OR just act as a normal 'what-u-hear recorder' (Start/ Stop).

* It automatically records using a date/ time format as the file name; however, after you either elect to 'Split' or 'Stop' the recording session - it will rename the file name to the text you have entered in the 'Title' ID Tag text field (if you have set the Check Box to positive).

* The software will also set the ID tags after the recording is finished (again - if the Check Box is set to positive and text is entered into the ID Tag text fields).

* Records to what ever audio format and sample rate you have selected (i.e WAV, MP3, OGG or WMA, etc.): the recordings are better quality then using the "stereo mix" function of your sound-card (if you happen to have this option) as it uses advanced technology (WASAPI).

* Compatible with Windows Vista, 7 and 8 (32 and 64-bit versions) plus Windows 10 Ready. Sorry but no XP.

* Disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer but it is my understanding that recording audio (or video) off the iNet, from sources such as Youtube, is legal as long as it is for your own use.

Oh.. I almost forgot about this feature!
So you want to record both sides of a Skype or Video Chat session?
Here's how:
This software, will of course, record any audio sound coming out of your speakers or headphones - so the trick (to recording both sides of a conversion) is getting your microphone input to be directed out of the speakers. You can do this by modifying a setting inside the properties of the Microphone; you should proceed as follows:
- open the control panel
- open the "Sound" applet
- select the "recording" tab
- select the "microphone"
- click the "properties" button
- click the "Listen" tab
- check the "Listen to this device" checkbox
- press OK and close the control panel
From now on, audio incoming into the microphone will be redirected to the speakers of the output device so you could start a Wasapi recording session through the loopback of your output device and every audio data incoming into the microphone will be recorded.

TIP: if you are wanting to record both sides of a conversion and you are using your web cam as the "microphone record source" (setting within your soundcard) - replace this setting to use your microphone instead of the web cam mic.


If you have any questions, comments or support issues - please feel free to contact the developer (the guy that actually wrote the code) for a fast, personalized reply - mb@code-it.com

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