Easy Hi-Q Recorder allows you to record absolutely any sound in real-time. Easy enough for beginners yet loaded with powerful features for advanced users. Record directly to MP3, CBR or VBR, WMA 9, WAV or OGG at CD quality to 8 Khz mono. It record Internet streaming broadcasts or other sounds from Windows MP, RealOne, etc. Record LP's, tapes, mic, and auto: song, silence detection, and file splitting. Has a VCR-like timer and includes a player.
What's new in this version:
Version 2.5 adds enhanced help with sound setup for Windows 7.
Worth every Penney -- records everything coming through the sound card.
Have to change some recording adjustments each time program is used, but worth the effort.
Use the fix suggested on the Roemer software website to have Windows 7 recognize program. I adjusted my recording device section to recognize "stereo mix" as the default recorder and Hi-Q worked from thereon.
You buy a licence registration code once and can download it any number of times. This allows you to record any length of audio. Great for making MP3's. Sound recording quality is excellent. You record whatever your computer audio outputs.
Can be a bit quirky to set up and get recording levels correct. (Read help files first.) If you set up to record using audio jack out and microphone in you have to replug speakers to listen to recording. (An audio splitter gives audio feed back.)
Well worth the licence fee. It looks neat in a corner of the desktop. Puts recorded files in a fold of your choice. Certainly to be recommended.
Easiest to operate of ALL those I've tested. The "Free" version WORKS, but is limited. Registering the "Easy" version opens a great set of options - and unlimited recording length. I've foud the audio fidelity to be *excellent*
Must be careful in specifying "where to save". Would LOVE to have a "burn to disc" feature
Stability, "Record at specific signal strength", WIDE variety of Quality levels, Scheduled recording.
"It functions - but with the POOREST QUALITY SOUND."
June 06, 2010
Version: Easy Hi-Q Recorder 2.4
If this product had ANY QUALITY OF SOUND, it would be highly rated. It is sophisticated and easy to use. You can record at different bitrates; set up a scheduled recording time or record manually; name the path and the file.
But what good are the Pros when the resultant sound is HORRIBLE. Think of a recording at your lowest bitrate played back on your highest treble setting. That's what your music recordings sound like - TIN! There is NO BASS at all. A WASTE OF $.
I reiterate: The resultant sound is HORRIBLE. Think of a recording at your lowest bitrate played back on your highest treble setting. That's what your music recordings sound like - TIN! There is NO BASS at all. A TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY! And they really don't give you enough "free trial" to be able to assess the capabilities (in this case the INcapabilities) of the product. A TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY.