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    wut software can i use 2 record wut is being said on a mic on 2 a pc??? :helpsmile:

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    nebody plz i need a recorder by 2nite b4 9:00 p.m.

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    Right click > new > wave sound. Then right click on the new wave sound file, then select 'record'.

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    please use real english, as it make your request easier to understand,

    the built in wav recorder will do it ( windows that is )

    but to get a good quality recording you will need some sort of preamp

    eg like a mixer, to boost the signal, a simple disco mixer will do

    if you want a better program for recording try cool edit 2000 its cool and can make them mp3 at the same time

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    Originally posted by Mik3ll@22 February 2004 - 17:34
    Right click > new > wave sound.  Then right click on the new wave sound file, then select 'record'.
    thanx

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    Originally posted by delphin460@22 February 2004 - 17:37
    please use real english, as it make your request easier to understand,

    the built in wav recorder will do it ( windows that is )

    but to get a good quality recording you will need some sort of preamp

    eg like a mixer, to boost the signal, a simple disco mixer will do

    if you want a better program for recording try cool edit 2000 its cool and can make them mp3 at the same time

    that is real english

    yes i do no about Sound Recorder but u can only record up 2 a min.

    and i dont care if it saves as .wav or .mp3 cuz i can alwayz convert it

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    Originally posted by Mik3ll@22 February 2004 - 17:34
    Right click > new > wave sound. Then right click on the new wave sound file, then select 'record'.
    but thats Sound Recorder
    and the prob wit Sound Recorder is dat u can only record up 2 a min.

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