Works as a simple audio splitter.
Call is captured and its signal converted such that it looks like an ‘external mic’ for recording devices. All is done in hardware so no special apps are required!
Recordings are stored locally. No cloud risks.
Keep recordings local for your ultimate privacy. Few days pass by without news of data-breach in cloud servers. Think twice before trusting your data to 3rd party servers.
Works on iPhone, Android, Mac, PC and many other devices.
No apps required. Never goes outdated. Will work on any future device with compatible audio port.
RECAP is the perfect recording solution for…
Record conference calls, client meetings, one-on-ones, presentations and any other important business call. Advantages of recording include:
- Share recording with the team
- Focus on the meeting, not on taking notes.
- Better than meeting minutes.
Podcasters & Reporters
Interviewing guests over the phone is a critical task for reporters & podcasters. Recap is the perfect solution as:
- Keep guest’s routine – records both traditional and app calls (Skype, WhatsApp, Messenger)
- Workflow – keep your editing, recording, and broadcasting tools.
- Reliable – as you may only get one shot.
Record calls with family members, cable company. Remember all recorded calls will be stored locally in your computer, so no need to worry about your data being stolen in the cloud. No need to rely on 3rd party companies for securing YOUR personal information.
RECAP is Available in Two Models
Both RECAP models record calls from iPhone, Android and other devices with a combo port.
Model S2: let you record to devices with a standard mic input, such as most PCs and Digital Voice Recorders.
RECAP S2, has stereo output: what you say in the microphone is delivered to one channel. What you hear on the call goes to another channel. So you’ll have one channel on each side of the call, making the best technical solution for recording phone calls.
RECAP S2: making an iPhone call and recording into PC
Model C: let you record to devices with a combo port, such as iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, Apple Computers and other devices.
RECAP C, has a mono output, what you say in the microphone and hear on the call is mixed into a single channel. So you’ll have both sides of the call in a single audio channel, giving ability to record on combo port devices.
RECAP C: making an iPhone call and recording into iPad
Frequently Asked Questions
- How does it work?
The audio jack in your phone has four connections: the ground, microphone, left speaker and right speaker signals. The RECAP adaptor intercepts those signals and adjusts that such a recording device can read them.
In RECAP S2, where the output is stereo, the microphone is delivered to one channel. Left and right speakers are mixed and delivered into another channel. So you’ll have one channel for each side of the call.
In RECAP C, where the output is mono, the microphone, left and right speakers are all mixed into a single channel. Special design consideration was given to balance the amplitude of microphone and speakers.
- How’s the recording quality?
RECAP works like an audio splitter. The output quality is identical to the quality of the call itself.