Boom Recorder is for the sound engineer who wants to replace his tape based systems with a hard disk recorder
Version: 7.22Boom Recorder is for the sound engineer who wants to replace his tape based systems with a hard disk recorder.
License: Free To Try $20.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
It was specifically designed to record on a film-set or for recording of live-events with many channels in high resolution.
Here are some key features of "Boom Recorder":
· 16 bit, 24 bit integer and 32 bit float sample formats.
· 48 kHz, 96 kHz, 192 kHz and other sample rates.
· Broadcast WAVE Format (BWF) audio file format; compatible with most digital audio and video editing workstations.
· Can either jam or continuous sync against a timecode signal read from any audio channel, or use wall clock time in cases where no timecode signal is available.
· Long recordings can be broken up in 2 GB chunks.
· multi-polyphonic file handling; allows multiple copies of audio in any combination of mono, stereo and polyphonic audio files.
· Stores metadata such as project, scene, take, roll, date and track names.
· QuickTime component for reading Boom Recorder's BWF files with timecode into Final Cut Pro.
· XML sound reports, can be printed from Safari or Firefox.
· 30 day trial version. Once you have downloaded Boom Recorder you have a 30 day trial license which is equivalent to the Boom Recorder Pro license level. This will give you time to test the full production flow and decide which of the two license levels below you would like to order:
Boom Recorder Lite: 2 channels (timecode will use 1 channel)
Boom Recorder Pro: 64 channels (timecode will use 1 channel)
· Core Audio compatible audio interface.