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Version 10.0 of our audio recording components has been released
« on: November 08, 2017, 03:18:13 PM »


we would like to inform you about the availability of a new major version for both the ActiveX and .NET versions of the components:

Active Sound Recorder 10.0
Audio Sound Recorder for .NET 10.0
Audio Sound Recorder API for .NET 10.0

  New features
   - Added equalizer effect for recording sessions
   - The spectrum can now optionally take count of filters, equalizer and custom DSP effects applied to the incoming audio stream
   - Added basic amplification support for ASIO input channels
   - Added support for recording multichannel files (more than stereo) from multiple ASIO input channels. Supported formats are WAV, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, Opus


Active Sound Recorder 9.0
Audio Sound Recorder for .NET 9.0
Audio Sound Recorder API for .NET 9.0

  New features
   - Added support for playing sound while manually scrolling through the mouse the waveform scroller
   - Added support for recording and exporting in AAC+ format through the external encoder FdkAac.exe
   - Added support for playing recorded sound in reverse
   - Added support for playing recorded sound at a higher speed with the possibility to keep voices at their original pitch (tempo)
   - Added support for recording of Internet streams in HLS format (HTTP Live Streaming)
   - Added the possibility to split a stereo recording session from a Wasapi capture or loopback device into two mono output files
   - Added the possibility to switch the mono output files of a stereo splitting recording session
   - New options for the waveform analyzer
      - the waveform can now display detected peaks based upon absolute values
      - more control over the format of the time string displayed on time rulers
      - optional automatic vertical zoom for waveforms with low volume level
   - Peaks displayed on the waveform visual feedback during recording and playback are now reported to the container application through a dedicated event
   - Added support for retrieving, during recording and playback, peak levels and RMS (Root Mean Square) levels
   - For capture and loopback devices, attached to a WASAPI stream mixer, added support for retrieving peak levels and RMS (Root Mean Square) levels for each of the attached devices
   - Added the possibility to retrieve from the waveform analyzer the buffer containing waveform's peaks

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