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This is a project that I have been working on for several months off and on. It's a simple "What You Hear" MP3 @ 320Kbps and WAV audio recorder. Features: - LoudMax, a Gain Controller and Look-Ahead Limiter - Auto Shut-Off after one minute of silence - Side-by-Side Simulated LED Meter - Running Time Counter It started off being a large project, but I eventually stripped it down to its bare essentials because I came to realize that it would be very difficult to deal with every sound card and every way a PC is set up for audio. It would have been a nightmare that I was not willing to go through. This project contains the most up-to-date BASS.dll v.220.127.116.11 - December 17, 2019. All BASS Dll's are 32bit. Those and the needed UDF's are included in the zip file. I will try to explain how it works in the next post. Download: BASS VST Recorder v1.1.zip
Hello guys I have an inquiry regarding bass.dll I wanted to record an audio file and did not know the way As well as I want to save the file after applying the effects can you help me? am sorry for my english With my greetings and best wishes
Hi everyone, Using this script (it has a broken link but here are the files) I'm trying to record a short clip 1 second or shorter longer (although you can assume it's always 1 second) and every time I record the clip (mp3 however it's the same on wav) it ends up with an extremely short static sound at the start of each clip even with the highest quality sound. Is there anyway you can trim the file down, also using bass, for example taking the first 100 miliseconds off the start (it has to be mp3 though)? Or on the other hand, does anyone know of another bass recording tool that allows that diversity of options, e.g quality (not essential but preferable), volume and microphone choices (these two are important) which doesn't have this issue? Thanks Apples292