Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Palmsize USB Audio Interface for PC/Laptop Recording

Fancy recording a sermon to burn on CD for your members? Or sharing your weekly series with prayer partners by e-mail, on your blog or website? Or just keeping track of meetings organized neatly in your computer harddisk? Perhaps you have been recording sermons in your local church since ages ago, but have you ever got frustrated because you couldn't get the hiqh quality recording? Irritating hissing sounds, distortions, and unnecessary noises seems unavoidable and complaints keep coming back to you.

Voice and sound recordings are much simpler now, with Behringer's U-CONTROL UCA202 Audio Interface. Just connect this little labourer to your PC or laptop and to the mixer at your PA system and it's ready to work for you. Unlike the soundcard in your PC/Laptop that can only record and gives you almost acceptable recording quality, this device actually produces high quality recording clarity because it converts your audio signals into the digital realm and that is a huge difference. It can be yours at a very affordable price of RM250 (until 31st October 2008,RM300 from November onwards) and it comes with a FREE software that enables you to edit and convert to mp3 or Windows wav file. And if you want to listen to what you've recorded you can always playback as you can see it has output for this function. The software also allows you to transfer even old cassette tapes to CD, mp3, or other audio format so you can email it to your prayer partners, pastoral group members and also your friends all over the world....a very helpful tool indeed to spread the Gospel and for edifying one another.
Recording by Behringer's U-Control UCA202 Audio Interface
Recording by normal PC soundcard

This is how to connect and what is required:-


For further information and query please call Gsus at 03-4280 6081 anytime between 9:00am - 6:00pm. Thank you.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Brother Barry,
The USB device that was installed has been a convenient tool for our recordings. It
is actually impressive that we can record music too through the device, and it
sounds pretty good. I will introduce this devise to others who would like
convenience in recording sermons or music.
Thanks for your help and have a great week ahead!
God Bless!
BENJAMIN
World Harvest Church, Bandar Sunway, PJ.

Andrew Lim said...

The device has really helped us to cut the hisses in our message
recordings. And we found out that it is compatible with applications
such as EZ-Tracker and Wavepad. But it still works best with Audacity,
especially if recording is done in new laptops running in Vista OS.

Andrew Lim, Transformed Multimedia of Marketplace Leadership Centre,
SS15/4B Subang Jaya