mAirList Audio Logger

mAirList Audio Logger is our 24/7 recording and streaming solution.

Main Features

Multi-Slot

All Audio Logger licenses come with a single recording slot, but you can purchase an unlimited number of extra slots to make Audio Logger a multi-slot recording and monitoring solution.

Audio Logger

Automatic Recording And Cleanup

Audio Logger is designed to record audio signals continuously around the clock. It splits the recordings into files of a configurable duration (default is one hour), and deletes old recordings automatically when they reach a particular age (again, configurable) or when disk space gets low.

Cleanup

DirectSound, WASAPI, ASIO

Audio Logger can record line-in signals from any DirectSound (WDM), WASAPI or ASIO compliant sound card. Stereo inputs can be split into mono internally if required.

Line-In

Stream Input

As an alternative to soundcard line-in signals, Audio Logger can also download and record Shoutcast/Icecast/WMA streams.

Stream Input

Output Options

Audio Logger supports a variety of audio formats for output, including WAV, MP3 and Ogg Vorbis (subject to codecs available on your PC and in your country).

Output Configuration

Integrated Silence Detection

You can configure a silence threshold for each slot. Audio Logger can send an e-mail when the audio drops below this level for a given duration (and when the signal is restored again), and make HTTP calls to external surveillance systems to report those conditions.

Silence Detection

Additional Features in the Professional Edition

Streaming

With the streaming option, the audio from each slot can be streamed to a Shoutcast or Icecast compatible streaming server.

Streaming Setup

Built-In Web Server

Using the built-in web interface, you can access and download the recordings straight from your web browser.

Web Server

REST API

The built-in web server includes a REST API that can be used to access status and recording information from third-party software, or to build a monitoring and silence detection solution with Nagios or Icinga.

Editions