Sound Snooper features multiple sound card support, voice activated recording, stealth recording. Phone calls can be recorded, too. All possible sound formats are supported. Low system resources using.
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Description: Sound Snooper can be used for conference recordings, phone calls monitoring and recording, radio broadcasts logging, spying, employee monitoring, etc. Key features of SoundSnooper are: (1) Multiple sound card support. Sound Snooper supports recording from multiple sound cards simultaneously. (2) Voice activated recording. The program automatically starts and stops recording, so only voice will be recorded. (3) Totally stealth recording. Nobody can learn that Sound Snooper is active. (4) Automated Gain Control for perfect sound guality. (5) All possible sound formats are supported. You can record WAV files in any format - MP3, PCM, GSM, ADPCM and many others. (6) Low system resources using. Sound Snooper uses very little system resources while recording and even less when it's in standby mode.
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