Surely with all the liscencing troubles, new homebrew applications for 2.7 and the homebrew rip-offs you could do with a piece of relaxing news for once. Now you can relax to the sound of your own voice at different bitrates with the latest version of Art's Virtual Tape Recording program which now stands at v3c. Since the last release which we reported on Art has added many more features, the most prominent being in v3b which fixes the screen bugs introduced in v3 which some users may be experiencing. Here's the changelog:
Virtual Tape Recorder V3b:
* Reincluded the high frequency 'chipmonk' effect as a seperate demo loop function.
* Added ASCII graphic play, record, and stop indicators.
* Fixed new screen bugs introduced in V3.
Virtual Tape Recorder V3c:
* Reel position is now saved to a file upon exit, and loaded at startup, so your index position is not lost on program exit.
If you like the sound of your own voice, fancy becoming a PSP-singer or just want to record important memos to playback to yourself then this is the application for you.
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