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Help required - Recording real time sound off of Sound cards

balkarasbalkaras Posts: 2Member


Hi,

I hardly have a clue as to how I can record real-time sound off of the sound card. Do I need to initialize a recorder/player for such a purpose, or do sound-cards spit out a sound format/file which can be saved and used again.

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  • DrMartenDrMarten Posts: 748Member
    [b][red]This message was edited by DrMarten at 2006-8-3 16:17:13[/red][/b][hr]
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    : Hi,
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    : I hardly have a clue as to how I can record real-time sound off of the sound card. Do I need to initialize a recorder/player for such a purpose, or do sound-cards spit out a sound format/file which can be saved and used again.
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    : Inviting replies.
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    You could do this one of two ways;

    1) Link your PC to a recording device like a portable MiniDisc recorder or even a stereo and record onto a tape or use a cd recorder.

    What you would need is a lead to go from a (small headphone size) 3.55mm male jack to the red and white phone plugs.
    You can buy these quite cheaply at computer fairs or any maplins store, see www.maplins.co.uk

    2) Use a program like ALLRECORDER available from www.allrecorder.com

    This will record sound to an MP3 or WAV file for as long as you want it to ( or until your hard-drive is full ).

    You might be able to find a free or shareware sound-recorder program, check this results page from google ( best of luck finding a program you like )>
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=free+sound+recorder+(program*)&meta=

    Hope this helps? :-)



  • GaashiusGaashius Posts: 349Member
    : :
    : :
    : : Hi,
    : :
    : : I hardly have a clue as to how I can record real-time sound off of the sound card. Do I need to initialize a recorder/player for such a purpose, or do sound-cards spit out a sound format/file which can be saved and used again.
    : :
    : : Inviting replies.
    : : B
    : :
    : :
    : ====================
    :
    : You could do this one of two ways;
    :
    : 1) Link your PC to a recording device like a portable MiniDisc recorder or even a stereo and record onto a tape or use a cd recorder.
    :
    : What you would need is a lead to go from a (small headphone size) 3.55mm male jack to the red and white phone plugs.
    : You can buy these quite cheaply at computer fairs or any maplins store, see www.maplins.co.uk
    :
    : 2) Use a program like ALLRECORDER available from www.allrecorder.com
    :
    : This will record sound to an MP3 or WAV file for as long as you want it to ( or until your hard-drive is full ).
    :
    : You might be able to find a free or shareware sound-recorder program, check this results page from google ( bext of luck finding a program you like )>
    : http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=free+sound+recorder+(program*)&meta=
    :
    : Hope this helps? :-)
    :
    :
    Allrecorder only records for 30 seconds free.

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    Any questions? Just ask!

    :-) [b][blue]GAASHIUS[/blue][/b] :-)


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