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Raspy Voice is an online voice recording service that lets you record conversations from voice chat.
There are more than 60,000 users, according to its founder and CEO, Paul Lohmann.
Lohman said that over 1.7 million people use Raspypaste.
“We see an increasing amount of people with disabilities and a growing interest in online voices,” he told Mashable.
“With this new technology, they can have their voice on the phone without having to have an internet connection.”
Lohm has noticed a big increase in people wanting to use voice chat to record video calls.
“I think people are becoming increasingly comfortable with this,” he said.
“As soon as you can use a microphone, people can voice chat, and that’s the trend right now.”
LOHM explained that the service will be available for all devices, including smartphones and tablets.
“The more voices that you can control, the more content that you’ll be able to record,” he added.
LOHMAN added that he and his co-founder, Aaron Poulsen, have already received a lot of feedback from people who have found the service useful.
“When we launched, we weren’t able to handle a lot,” Lohmans said.
“[We] had to make a couple of technical changes, but people were able to use the service.
Theres a lot more potential in the future, and we think we can get more people using voice chat.”
Raspys voice can be recorded and edited for free, but you have to pay for voice recording and editing.
You can also purchase a “voice log” which can be used to record other people’s voices, but is a lot less reliable than recording a single voice.
The service charges a small fee for recordings and a $3.99 per day subscription fee.
You’ll have to wait for a month for the recording to begin, but Lohmen said that he was expecting that to change with the service’s launch.