Messer runs under Windows and can store data in WAV format sampled from soundcard input. It can automatically stop and start recording at choosen moment, optionally do simple processing on just recorded file (normalizing, MP3 compression or any job that can be done by some external application), then wait for another scheduled "recording session" and finally shut down the computer.
In addition if you'd like to record long piece of music (eg. long radio audition, as I usually do) and don't have enough disk space to hold such a huge wave file, Messer can do on-the-fly MP3 encoding for you!
In this version:
- Bug fixes
- new tool: "Advanced stop" (under Recording Monitor->Options menu), allowing (even for already started manual recording) to stop manual session after specified time or when silence is detected. Also allows to automatically split recording to multiple files, basing on silence detection.