Cresotech TypeRecorder (T-Rec) is a new software tool that revives an old pianola principle: performed successions of keystrokes are
mechanically recorded as individual exercises, and further playback of these is an artful simulation of the maestro performance. This
old notion of recording input rather than output signals, which distinguishes the effects of mechanical piano from phonograph, provides
you with new possibilities.
While working with any word-processing software, you can click on the TypeRecorder (T-Rec) button in order to store/paste any text
fragment or keystroke succession using a special buffer. If you enable the T-Rec function while playing some Windows-based and keyboard-controlled
software, you can easily re-simulate (and edit) your actions for any time. This effect gets more pronounced when T-Rec is used with
multimedia musical programs: thus, you can analyze your mistakes and improve your keyboard performance.
These state-of-the-art features of the revived type-recording principle make an impressive comeback of the Cresotech
Free trial term is 10 days.