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Digital Audio Recorder is a very easy and efficient to use recorder which can record sound from any source in your computer directly to MP3. You can record sound from microphone and anything that is being played on your computer. To record sound you need to follow simple steps - Choose input device. - Browse for output MP3 file - select Bitrate - start Recording. Once you are done with it simply stop recording.
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