Voice Again is a software tool designed to assist in analysis, transcription
and documentation of voice recordings. The software can slow down or speed up a
recording making it easier to transcribe interviews or dictations. It also
allows for text annotation of the recording for convenient navigation to
different parts of the recording.
Users can import a variety of audio files into a project. In addition, audio can
be imported directly from CD Audio. The advance noise reduction algorithm allows
a user to clean-up distracting background noise in the audio.
The Track View allows users to zoom-in the audio to provide better graphical
details of the recording. The navigation controls allow users to quickly scroll
and select a specific location in the audio. Playback controls allows users to
listen to any portion of the recording.
Voice Again provides advanced speed control tools which let a user slow down a
recording up to 10 times without changing pitch. The speed modification algorithms are optimized for
voice, providing a high degree of clarity. Slowing down audio makes it easier to
listen to a fast-paced section of a recording that would be difficult to
transcribe at normal speed.
Annotation tools allow users to mark sections of a recording with text. This
allows the user to put special notes in the timeline which make it easier for
navigation. The annotations can also serve as a way of documenting a recording.
In addition to playing back a recording, a user can render to a number audio
formats. Currently Voice Again can produce Microsoft Wave (WAV), Ogg Vorbis
(OGG) and Windows Media Format (WMA and WMV) content.