Code-it Software, Inc.

Little bit Recorder 

BE SURE TO CHECK OUT Recordster FOR MORE ADVANCED RECORDING OPTIONS AS WELL AS A INCLUDED WAV / MP3 EDITOR IF THAT IS YOUR NEED!

Current Version: v1.7 - version released  02.01.2004
OS: Win 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP  
Released as Honorware:  3 full functional activations before "honor system" registration required.

"Little bit Recorder" sets in the system tray ready to record, directly to the hard disk, in WAV file format. The recording is instantaneous with no waiting to write the file from memory or encoding from a temp file. 

Use "Little bit Recorder" to easily record from microphone or any speaker output, including INTERNET radio programs, right from the software's icon located in your computer's system tray. 

Ideas for use of this software:

  • Record INTERNET radio broadcasts to preserve or listen to at a later time. 

  • Create "time shifting" of audio content.

  • Record your child telling a story or experience - to be forever preserved!

  • Record eBooks then burn to CD-R.

  • Record any speaker output..

Software features:

  • Easy, no "foot print" interface - right click the system tray icon to access simple menu.

  • Real time recording. No temp WAV files to convert later.

  • Will record from "Microphone" or "Speaker Output" (Stereo Mix) - you select recording source from menu.

  • If you have a good sound card - the recording quality will be near CD quality.

  • Windows 98, ME, 2000, NT4+, and XP comp. Linux version to be released in the near future.


This software is being offered as Honorware. You have an evaluation period of 3 full functional activations before requiring registration to continue. You may ask.. "how's that Honorware instead of plain ole Shareware"? See details below.

Primary download link >>> Little_bit.exe  (2.88 Mb)

HONORWARE REGISTRATION:

Please evaluate this software before registration to make sure the software fits your needs as well as your system has a compatible sound card!

Here's the rules of the game!

  • Enter your name here:

  • Enter your eMail Address only if you want:  

  • Send, via mail, the small registration fee of a $5.00 bill, check or money order to Code-it Software, PO Box 171, Midwest,WY 82643-171

  • We have not set up an e-commerce site to handle credit card transactions for this small amount of money. This is an effort to keep the cost of registration VERY LOW by avoiding all the expenses of commissions.

  •  By clicking the "Trust Me" button below you will be navigated to a web page that will give you the unlock key code to activate the software registration. This key code is good for as many personal systems you want to install the software on without restrictions.

  • This is where "honor" comes into play! We are counting on your honesty, to send the registration fee, supporting our efforts to supply quality software at a very low cost. Without your support we can not exist! 

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02.01.2004, Noon, 12:01PM at time of release >>>