Call Recording Software

Some articles on call recording software, call recording, recording:

You Win Again (song) - Recording
... Maurice Gibb explained "You Win Again" in a May 2001 interview with Mojo magazine "When we get together and write it's not like three individuals it's like one person in the room, Usually we have a book of titles and we just pick one ... I loved 'You Win Again' as a title, but we had no idea how it might turn out as a song ...
Call-recording Software - Call Recording Software List
... Specializing in enterprise call recording and quality management solutions ... Support for station and trunk side recording of digital, analog and IP environments ... Support for passive recording on virtually all PBX manufacturers as well as active integrations with Microsoft Lync and Mitel SRC ...
Nagra - Other Equipment
... continues to produce high-quality recorders for electronic news gathering, radio, and music recording ... in 2004, are state-of-the-art digital recorders recording to compact flash PC cards ... high quality microphone preamplifiers which offers recording quality up to 24bit / 96k but on removable SD cards of memory size up to 64GB and beyond ...
Quantos Possunt Ad Satanitatem Trahunt - History - Recording
... In August 2008, it was announced that a pre-recording for QPAST was made with guitars, bass and drums ... Shortly thereafter, recording of QPAST began with Tomas Asklund recording drum tracks in Monolith Studio ... period Infernus also recorded the guitars, "manually recording six basic guitars" ...
Dredg - History - Chuckles and Mr. Squeezy (2010–present)
... Dredg had suggested on their Twitter account that they began recording their fifth album on June 23, 2010 ... website that they have begun the process of recording a new album ... We will be writing and recording it in San Francisco for the next month and a half and are hoping for an early 2011 release ...

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