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Razz them up

Just discovered this new cool service, Razz.com got mixer that give users the ability to record their voice and mash it up with their own background tracks, in short you can create your own personalized greetings to your blog visitors.

You can easily embed razzed clibs to your blog or web page



Make your own Razz!

The Razz Mixer is just as easy as desktop applications



Yet you cannot customize the look and feel of Razz Player but I guess these people listen to their customers, Yes I mean lets ask them for that and maybe more if you got more ideas to improve this application.




Embedding your recording is easy as copy and paste



Maybe you should Try the RAZZ Mixer Yourself and share us with your experience.




[tags] Audio ,Recorder, Mixer, Mash-up, MySpace, Blog, Entertainment [/tags]

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  1. WALAK JAD!

    SHU HAD EL SOUND CLIP?!
    BED SPRINGS?!?!?! LOL

    omar

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