Abyssmedia Multi-Channel Sound Recording System designed for recording audio information from multiple sources simultaneously and automatically. The sound recording software can record up to 16 channels and compress records for archiving. It can be used for conference recordings, telephone line monitoring, radio station logging, logging of intermittent transmissions and Other specialized applications…
Capturing and archiving audio streams from virtually any source (FM, AM, DVB, DAB, HDRadio, internet, satellite etc.)
Phone line logging
Radio stations logging
Checking your own program and to monitor competition
Radio communications recording
Court room recording
Record radio traffic in police/fire/ems department
Can be used as a “skimmer” to log audio from an microphone
Record up to 16 audio channels simultaneously on a single PC.
Voice activated recording (VOX)
Advanced audio compression to reduce file size.
Save recordings as standard WAV or MP3 files.
Password protection from unauthorized access.
Breaks recording into easily manageable files by user choise
Align recording time with time of day
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
Optimized for newest Intel Core and AMD Athlon/Phenom x2 and x4 CPUs.
Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Seven
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher
DirectX 9.0 or better
Pentium III processor or faster
256 MB RAM or more.
To record 2 mono channels – buy a simple Y cable from your local electronics to wire 2 mono sockets to a stereo plug. Then using Channel Properties assign one channel to “left mono” and the other to “right mono”.
Multichannel Recording required multiple standard sound cards or multichannel sound cards. Depending on hardware resources you can install up to 4 sound cards in one PC. (ie. a total of 8 inputs).
Multichannel sound cards that have been tested including the M-Audio Delta 44, M-Audio Delta 1010, Antex LX-44, RME FireFace 400, Dialogic 12-channels interface cards.
USB sound devices. USB devices usually can be used with a hub to connect many devices to one PC. Most modern USB sound devices let you do this.