Even if your audio is only 2kbits/second, you can enjoy extremely good speech quality.
This codec can also help you encode mono content at low bit rates and you can use several mono and stereo formats.
Soundtrack noises are also supported, although VoxWare MetaSound Audio CoDec does not guarantee you the best results in this case.
Multiple streams are too much for this format, but you can try to increase the bit-rate to 8-16 kbit/sec and still get satisfactory results.
Another observation regarding this application is that Audio Codec Tag 75 may be requested when VoxWare MetaSound Audio CoDec is missing.
At a size of less than 1MB, VoxWare MetaSound Audio CoDec will pass unnoticed on your computer and it will use a very low amount of system resources.
You definitely need this virtual item to be deployed to your computer if you work with voice-only audios; it offers you the perfect solution for this type of content and it ensures both good quality and small dimensions of your audio files.
How to install VoxWare MetaSound Audio CoDec
The installation process may be a bit tricky for beginners, as VoxWare MetaSound Audio CoDec doesn’t have a typical installer; you need to extract files from the archive, find the *.inf file, right-click on it and choose the “Install” option.
It is possible to get a message saying "The software you are installing for this hardware... has not passed Windows Logo testing...”; ignore it and click the “Continue Anyway” button.
In the case of low bit-rate audio tracks that only contain voice, MetaVoice is a much better solution than MP3 and WMA.