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Krecspk is a "talking" client/server audio file recording and playback program that uses espeak, wiak, and sox for its underlying functionality. Designed with the visually impaired user in mind, it comes with two frontend user interface client components: a command-line operated client called krecspk, from which the overall package is named, and wrecspk, which is an X GUI client. It can record and play back a variety of audio formats such as Ogg, wav, and MP3, while offering easy and instant individual key-click configuration of recording quality in terms of compression, bit rate, and amplitude scaling.
released on 10 February 2008
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