Berkley Integrated Audio Software (BIAS) has released the
iProRecorder (http://www.iprorecorder.com/index.php), a new audio
recording application available for US$0.99 from the Apple App Store.
It’s a general purpose recording application for iPhone and iPod
The iProRecorder is designed for such tasks as recording voice memos,
lectures, sermons, legal briefings, field interviews, business
meetings/dictation, ambient sounds, music, and more. It utilizes the
Multi-Touch user interface so users can record with a single touch of
a button, and recordings can be paused as well as appended with the
touch of a finger.
The design features a circular display, which includes a counter,
progress indicator, available record time, and more. To avoid having
to operate the controls upside down when the iPhone’s mic is directed
at a subject, iProRecorder’s uses the device’s in-built accelerometer
to invert the screen image accordingly.
iProRecorder records uncompressed files with three audio fidelity
settings enabling users to balance quality against an available
recording time of up to 13 hours per GB while maintaining higher
audio resolution than in compressed formats. A record timer can be
set to designate recording length, and an optional three-second
record countdown is also included. iProRecorder utilizes the iPhone’s
location services and camera, providing support for geographic
tagging and photos.
Recordings can be emailed, transferred to a Mac or PC via Bonjour
sharing, or launched directly to BIAS’ Peak Pro 6 professional audio
editing application — exclusively for the Mac. BIAS also offers
several other products that augment the functionality of
iProRecorder. Users can edit and process their recordings with BIAS
Peak Express 6, a streamlined edition of the leading professional
audio editing application on the Mac. In addition, users can improve
the sound quality of audio recordings captured in noisy environments
with BIAS SoundSoap, the highly popular audio restoration application
for desktop systems.