Typical applications of this streaming audio recorder are: Records a direct digital copy of any audio played on your PC with no loss of quality.
Recording streaming audio broadcasts (almost all types of streams can be recorded).
Record VoIP calls on softphones (eg. Skype) or instant messaging audio (eg. Messenger).
Record internet radio and other online audio or webcasts.
Converting audio recorded in 'proprietary' audio formats to wav or mp3. As long as you still have the player, you can use SoundTap to save the audio in other formats (eg. mp3).
As a streaming audio conference recorder.
Saves files in wav or mp3 format with a wide range of selected codec and compression options.
You can select to either listen while you record streaming audio or save audio silently. Ability to record and mix microphone input to capture both sides if you are using SoundTap to recording a VoIP or Conference conversation (optional).
Recordings can be searched quickly by date, time, duration or format.
Works with almost all media players (eg. Windows Media Player, Real Audio, QuickTime) and softphones (eg. Skype, eyeBeam, Express Talk).
Records a direct digital copy of any audio played on your PC with no loss of quality.
Platform Windows XP
Operating Systems Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista,Windows 7
System Requirements Windows Vista/XP/2000* <p> *For technical reasons Windows 2000 only supports recording what you play not the input side.
Date added 11 Feb 2007
Last Updated 19 Apr 2012
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