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liteRecorder 1.10


March 13th 2008
February 23rd 2009

About liteRecorder
Download and Installation
Using liteRecorder
Pricing and Support


Does it happen that you want to record a sound that plays on your system -- maybe a Skype conversation, or something off YouTube. Or maybe you just want to record something from a streaming radio, live podcast, or even a webcast that you are delivering.

It's easy to do this with liteRecorder, our review product.

Remember that some of these activities may or may not be kosher -- for instance it is a good idea to tell the person on the other end of the Skype phone that you are recording the conversation!


About liteRecorder

liteRecorder is from innoheim, a company based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. You can learn more about these products, and download a trial version of liteRecorder here...

With liteRecorder you can record.

  • Streaming and non streaming audio from your computer, web browser, media player, etc.
  • Audio from microphone.
  • Through an external audio device.

Here are some of the features of this product:

  • Windows Vista Compatible.
  • The audio wizard automatically detects your sound card for recording.
  • Timed recording.
  • Output file formats are WMA, OGG, WAV, and MP3.
  • The recorded audio can be played on computers and MP3 players.

My contact at innoheim for this review was Calvin Moon - thank you, Calvin.


Download and Installation

Download the installer, run the setup routine and follow the instructions. You'll end up with an innoheim program group in your Windows Start menu (see Figure 1 below).

Start Menu Group
Figure 1: innoheim Start menu Group

You can learn more about installation and settings on the innoheim site...


Using liteRecorder

Follow these steps for a typical liteRecorder walkthrough:

  1. Go to your Windows Start menu and choose All Programs | innoheim | liteRecorder | liteRecorder (see Figure 1 above).

  2. This opens liteRecorder interface, as shown in Figure 2.

    liteRecorder interface
    Figure 2: liteRecorder interface

    On the left side of the interface there are three different recording modes, they are:

    • Computer Sound Recording: this will record sound playing on the computer.
    • Microphone Recording: this will record sound from a microphone.
    • Custom Recording: here you can select your own device from where you want to record sounds.

    The right side of the interface has more options:

    • Audio Setting is for setting quality of the recorded sound.
    • File Types: Choose from the four file types for the output format of the recorded sound.
    • Timer Recording setup is for setting time for recording a sound at a scheduled time.

  3. Choose the options as required, click the Record button to start recording (refer to Figure 2 above). You will be prompted to provide a file name and location right after clicking the Record button.

  4. Thereafter, you will be presented with a message box (see Figure 3 ) -- click OK again to start recording.

    Start Recording
    Figure 3: Start Recording

  5. When the recording begins, you will see Pause and Stop button is activated in the interface, as shown in Figure 4.

    Figure 4: Stop Recording

    Press the Stop button to stop the recording.

  6. This brings up the message box that you can see in Figure 5 -- to inform that the recording has been completed.

    Recording completed
    Figure 5: Recording completed

Note: If you want to save your recording in MP3 format, you must have a LAME MP3 encoder installed on your computer, you can find the encoder here.... -- and liteRecorder also provides you with the link when it is being installed.


Pricing and Support

liteRecorder costs $14 for a single user license, and is available as a multiple user license product as well..

Support is through email, online FAQ , forum, and web tutorials.



liteRecorder is a simple application that opens up many possibilities -- the price is right too.

liteRecorder is also available as a "green version" that retails for $1 more -- innoheim donates a certain percentage of the profit to WWF to save polar bears and Arctic ecosystems. Based on their sales, innoheim has already adopted 2 bears since the program’s launch in 2007.


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