Fully Digital Audio/Video recorder for Language Learning
Instead of a bulky booth tape recorder, CaLabo can control digital recordings for language lab instruction. Analog audio and visual devices such as CDs, cassettes, VCR and DVD sound can be recorded digitally through the CaLabo system. Teachers can also author audio quizzes or sound courseware for students and students can access them anytime from the school network. CaLabo Digital Recorder functions include:
- Starts a student’s Digital recorder and captures digitized A/V media audio/video to the student’s digital recorder for model sound.
- Records a student’s voice while the model sound is playing simultaneously (Shadowing).
- Students can listen to audio/video clips from a hard disk or network drive while recording their own speech for comparison with the original.
- Saves digital recorder audio/video files for home study
- Edits translations or subtitles and shows them simultaneously
- Changes playback speed without tone changes
- Shows power wave pattern and pitch wave pattern for accurate pronunciation practice
- Pre-set pattern practice mode for individual training
- Saves and submits recorded voice to the teacher for evaluation