- High-quality audio recording with level display, no display timeout
- Encoding in MP3, Opus, AAC/MP4, Ogg Vorbis, ALAC, FLAC, WAV and more
- Audio Post Production Algorithms via the Auphonic Web Service (see below)
- Share your recordings automatically via Dropbox, (S)FTP, Amazon S3, YouTube, SoundCloud, Libsyn or Archive.org
- Optimal metadata management and chapter marks support for all file formats
You need a free Auphonic account to use our audio algorithms and encoding features! Without an account you can only use the audio recorder!
New in Version 1.2.0:
- Use the audio recorder without an Auphonic account
- Use the recorder when you are offline (IMPORTANT, start the app at least once with Internet connection)
Audio Post Production Algorithms:
- Intelligent Leveler: balances levels between speakers, music and speech – no compressor knowledge required
- Loudness Normalization to new broadcast standards: EBU R128, ATSC A/85, mobile audio and more
- Automatic Noise Reduction: classifies regions with different backgrounds and automatically removes noise
- Automatic Hum Reduction
- Filtering of disturbing low frequencies
- for more info see audio examples at https://auphonic.com/audio_examples
Auphonic develops new algorithms in the area of music information retrieval and audio signal processing to create an automatic audio post production web service for broadcasters, podcasts, radio shows, audio books, lecture recordings, screencasts and more.
Users just upload their recorded audio and Auphonic will do the rest: neither complicated parameter settings nor audio expert knowledge is necessary.
For more infos see:
Listen to an example recorded with a Samsung Google Galaxy Nexus:
To use the App you will need a free Auphonic Account:
The source of the Auphonic App is available at github:
The Auphonic Audio Recorder is ATM only supported for Android 4.0.3 or higher, if you have an older device consider to upgrade using Cyanogen Mod (http://www.cyanogenmod.org/).
It's unfortunately not possible to change the input gain of the microphone on an Android device. This can result in clipped audio, especially in loud environments!
If you want that Google developers change this, please vote for this ticket:
If you like Auphonic, consider to donate a small amount to support the development of our audio algorithms:
It's also possible to donate via Flattr: