KRecord is a KDE sound recorder
KRecord is a KDE sound recorder. Easy to use. It can just record and playback wav-files, nothing else.
Can handle multiple files, you can drop files (from the file manager) to it, it can handle large sound files without problems. Has a input level display.
KRecord is much easier to use than "krec", which is an enigma in itself.
Compiles and Installs perfectly on Slackware 10.1 with KDE 3.4.1 and qt 3.3.4.
Just Click Record button and you can record...
Download KRecord 1.16
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