Posts Categorized: Replay Music

Replay Music

  • Option to disable artwork and lyrics lookup.
  • Column added for recording sequence.
  • Detection of system settings that might prevent recording.
  • Prompt for overriding of tags at the start of recording.
  • Fixed dialogs appearing behind main window when always on top is on.
  • Amplification/Gain setting for adjusting the volume of recorded media.
  • Shortcut key fixes: Alt +R to start/stop recording. Alt +S to split a recording.
  • Various bug fixes and improvements.

Replay Music

  • Major upgrade – All new
  • Improved audio recording: Eliminates all system sounds for super-clean recordings.
  • Correctly records and splits from sources using 4, 5, 5.1, and 7.1 channels.
  • Imports song lyrics.
  • Tag any music file on your PC by dragging and dropping into Replay Music.
  • No longer requires Admin privileges, and no more UAC prompt.
  • New small interface option.
  • Find songs from the built-in Media Guide.
  • Mobile friendly: Save recordings directly to DropBox, Google Drive, or OneDrive.
  • Improved album art import: Change the artwork yourself, or use Replay Music’s suggestions.
  • Record multiple audio sources at the same time.
  • Recombining of split files
  • New Music Guide
  • New User Interface
  • Removed CD burning option (not popular)
  • Removed normalization option (iTunes does this for you)

Replay Music 6.10

  • Fixed a back button issue in the installer.
  • Installer now puts program files in \Applian Technologies\Repla Music 6\ folder by default.
  • Added new Welcome page URL to installer.
  • Updated splash screen.
  • Fixed album number bug when editing multiple tracks.
  • Fixed Unicode issue when recording to a folder that contains special characters such as Chinese characters.

Replay Music 6.0

  • Can now record to M4a, WMA, OGG and FLAC
  • Can now tag M4a, WMA, OGG and FLAC
  • New user interface design and new program icon
  • Fixed a bug where the the Windows Media Player plugins were not being installed properly in Windows Media Player.
  • Tags can now be cleared when a user leaves a tag field blank in the Edit dialog box.
  • Now works better with Bitdefender.
  • Runs better in XP.
  • Now activates the track context menu in the track list when the track list has focus and the Application key or Enter key is pressed.
  • No longer exits when the ESC key is pressed.
  • Now correctly tabs over to all the main screen controls and activates the proper button control when the Enter key is pressed.
  • All column sorting keyboard shortcuts have been eliminated because they could interfere with other program keyboard shortcuts.
  • All controls in the Setting dialog box are now accessible with the tab key.
  • Minor bug fixes.

Replay Music 5.60

  • Fixes a bug that could cause Replay Music to crash during long recordings on Windows 8.
  • Other minor bug fixes.

Replay Music 5.55

  • Improved the Win Audio Driver – Now the audio driver will record normally even if the user’s speaker configuration is set greater than 2 channels – for instance if it’s set to quadraphonic, or surround sound.
  • Added better diagnostic logging during the song recognition process.
  • “Reset” button now properly grays out when it is disabled.
  • Track item(s) remains selected making it easier to move up and down tracks in the track list.

Replay Music 5.50

  • Improved Win Audio Driver. This new driver should eliminate skipping and static.
  • Fixed a bug in the Recording folder setting. Users can now change the recording folder in the settings to point to folders that contain special characters (Unicode).
  • Better track recognition logging. There is now a new log file that is dedicated only to track recognition.
  • Better track splitting when using the Win Audio Driver.
  • Other minor bug fixes.

Replay Music 5.45

  • Improved “Open Browser to Record” messaging.
  • Improved writing of sequence number to file name.
  • Improved recording when using the Win Audio Driver.

Replay Music 5.40

  • Can now add the sequence number to the recorded file name by using the %s option.
  • Duplicate file names are no longer recorded over. For example if a duplicate is found a (2) is appended to the end of the file name.
  • “Windows Audio Driver” is now the default driver, except for Windows XP users who do not have the “Windows Audio Driver” option and so the “Audio Driver” is their default.
  • Users that use Firefox to record audio no longer need to worry about what Flash version they have when using the “Audio Driver”.
  • Instructions now show how to turn off the system sounds if “Windows Audio Driver” is selected so system sounds are not recorded.
  • Fixed a bug where Replay Music would no longer record if an illegal file name character is entered in the “Album” field.
  • Fixed a bug where Replay Music would stop recording if a Unicode character appeared in a recorded file name when recording to the WAV format.
  • Minor bug fixes.

Replay Music 5.30

  • Added a customized browser ideal when recording with the “Audio Driver”.
  • Added a “Record from Browser” setting which allows a user to either select the Replay Music customized browser or the user’s default browser.
  • If the “Record from Browser” setting is selected Replay Music will automatically check if any other browsers are open, and if not will automatically open the user’s preferred browser. This ensures that Replay Music is opened before a browser and allow the “Audio Driver” to work properly.
  • When the browser is opened, Replay Music now checks to make sure that a compatible Flash version is installed for the “Audio Driver”. And if not, Replay Music will direct the user to the proper place to install it.
  • ixed some registration bugs.