Posts Tagged Voice Recording
The built in Voice Memos app does its best to help those who need a voice recording app. It is pretty limited in its execution, however, and frequently lacks functionality that would make it essential for the likes of journalists and voiceover artists in need of recording an audition. This is precisely where iAudition springs into action.
As the name suggests, iAudition enables users to record and edit audio files wherever they are. One of the neatest functions is the ability to send completed files as MP3s directly to anyone via email or FTP site. Such functionality immediately makes iAudition a much faster app than those that rely on a PC connection to convert and send files.
Controls are simple yet effective with the ability to record multiple takes and cut and paste segments together. It all works just right, removing all the effort for the user. There’s even the ability to perform background recording sessions so that the user can read something from the iOS device while recording at the same time.
iAudition is out now priced at $5.99.
A voice recording app that constantly throws away recorded audio doesn’t immdiately strike me as the most useful of apps. Fortunately, there’s a very important reason as to why Shiftcorder does precisely that. It’s an app that, much like fast recording camera apps, focuses on capturing moments in time.
We’ve all been there, especially those with children. An amazing thing is uttered but it’s too late, fumbling to turn the stock app on and the moment is gone. In Shiftcorder‘s case, the app constantly records audio while not taking up any of the iOS device’s storage space. Once something worthy of being kept is uttered, users can then just hit the save button and the last 30 seconds of audio can be saved. It’s as simple as that.
Configurable options are available with audio quality adjustable as well as shifting times of 30 or 60 seconds available. Wi-Fi sharing is particularly handy as it means users can download their recordings using an internet browser, making things very simple indeed.
Priced at $0.99, Shiftcorder sounds like an inexpensive way of capturing some memorable audio bites to me!