I just found your site and had a question being a novice at recording, it states Record up to 16 channels at once (requires multi-channel hardware). , does that mean that I could record two internet streams at the same time, or is there a way that I could record one stream while listening to another?
Thanks, don in Ohio
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| From "torchlithill@..." <torchlithill@...>
| Fri, 30 Jun 2006 06:54:43 -0700 (PDT)
| I just found your site and had a question being a novice at recording, it states
| Record up to 16 channels at once (requires multi-channel hardware).
| , does that mean that I could record two internet streams at the same
| time, or is there a way that I could record one stream while listening to
Multi-channel recording refers to pathing multiple physical inputs e.g.
microphones into a recording device or mixer. However most soundcards
(including consumer level ones which typically only support 2 channels)
have the ability to record whatever the computer is playing, which output
is fed to both channels of the single line-out (where you plug your speakers
in). Multiple sound sources can be played and recorded in this way at the
same time including multiple internet streams - see
However as the manner of recording is to play the streams and record them,
this means that while you can play multiple internet streams together and
can record those same multiple streams while you are playing and listening
to them, you cannot merely play just one stream and merely record the other,
even (as far as I am aware) with a soundcard which has more than two
You can play one stream and download another, which puts it on your hard
drive, if the other stream supports being downloaded via the browser.
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