Huelix Audio Recorder v1.2
by Huelix Solutions
(Huelix Solutions Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/ME/98
File Size: 5.79 MB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

Registration: Aprox $29.95

System Requirements:

Intel Pentium II 400 MHz or equivalent, 64 MB RAM, DirectX 8.0 or higher, Full-duplex audio hardware.

Last Updated: 2005-07-01
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Software Description

Huelix Audio Recorder turns your PC into a sophisticated audio recording studio. Record audio from any port of audio hardware with great ease. Supports all major audio compression formats - WMA, MP3, Ogg, and WAV and allows you to fine tune compression to suit your needs. Exploit the capabilities of your PC's audio hardware, preview audio while recording, pause and resume recording to the same file, and let the application manage file names intelligently. You can record streaming audio, record voice or music from a microphone, convert audio tapes and LD records into high quality digital audio, and much more with Huelix Audio Recorder. Extremely easy-to-use and intuitive user interface, advanced playback capabilities, and affordable pricing sets Huelix Audio Recorder apart from the competition.

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What I can see of Huelix in the trial version looks okay. Support all the standard file formats.

Grabs audio from the sound card w/o any work.

The problem is that the trial version only allow 15 minutes of recording time, and what's worse (the 15 minutes is actually fine) only allows one to record 45 SECONDS at a time. What I can see looks fine, the deal breaker is what I can't see.

Since I cannot evaluate how difficult it will be to parse different songs from one album, I simply cannot determine how this software will address my needs. Talk about shooting yourslef in the foot; there is such a thing as too much security.

In other words, congradulations, you've secured yourselves out of a sale.

Singulator, while only supporting .wav files, allows sufficient demo time (45 days) to properly evaluate, so that's what I'll probably be buying.

The .wav file restriction (with Singulator) is not an issue as I expected to be purchasing both ripping and recording software.

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