A professional and well-organized look is there to lend a hand in this regard, providing not only information on the currently recording sound, but also the standard controls to manage a specific recording.
What’s more, real-time graphs help you monitor input signals, while sound clipping integration is also there for quick detection of any change that may affect input audio signals.
AD Stream Recorder can record content in multiple different formats, such as MP3, WMA and WAV, while the last one can be quickly converted to MP3 using a dedicated built-in tool.
And speaking of built-in tools, AD Stream Recorder also features an ID3 tag editor and an audio player, which gives users even more control over their new recordings.
Each of the aforementioned output formats can be further customized with the help of configurable parameters available in the settings screen. MP3 recordings for instance support various bitrate and channel mode settings, while WAV files include adjustable sample rate and channels.
Hotkey support is also included in the package, which means that you can easily start and stop a recording without even touching the mouse, regardless if we’re talking about sounds from microphones, line-ins, audio CDs or simply your audio card.
All things considered, AD Stream Recorder is clearly a top product and the great amount of features is the living proof that simple tasks can be performed in a professional way with minimum effort. In case of problems, more documentation can be found in the help section.