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Replay Music
By: Developer Shed
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  • Replay Music
  • Is It Legal?
  • Closer Look at Replay Music
  • More Features, and What's Missing

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    Replay Music - Closer Look at Replay Music

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    Replay Musicís options are nothing remarkable, but they are sufficient for doing what has to. The first tab of settings allows you to set the input. There are a lot of options, but not many are useful.

    In the Input tab is a control for stopping the recording session after being idle for a period of time. I donít know why you would use this (when starting a recording, you must set the length of the session anyway). The volume adjuster is also remarkably useless. Why would you turn it down?

    This tab also has a place to designate where recorded songs are saved. This might seem like a trivial complain, but this doesnít belong here. Where tracks are saved belongs on the Output tab.

    A dropdown menu allows you to select a recording source. To record from an audio stream, set the recorder to record from the Sound Card. The only other options you would likely use are Microphone and CD Player, though perhaps you may try out recording over the Phone. Still, after paying for this program you may as well have more options than you need.

    The fourth tab, where the recording directory should have been placed, is for Output. It obviously sets how tracks are recorded.

    You can record WAVs, MP3s (128, 192, 256, 320 Kbps), burn directly to MP3 data CD once you have enough track to fill it, and burn directly to Audio CD once you have enough music to fill it. This is also where you can turn automatic tagging on and off. Automatic tagging uses the Gracenote CDDB to determine the artist and track information, then applies the appropriate tags to the music file for you.

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