hi to all great guys who have developed audacity.
would you please tell me if i can record when i am listening to radio =
stations on the internet or not if so please tell me how its done many =
| From Mr K.Etmad-Moghadam
| Thu, 30 Nov 2006 06:13:54 -0000
| Subject: [Audacity-help] recording radio
| would you please tell me if i can record when i am listening to radio
| stations on the internet
If you are on Windows or Linux choose "Wave Out", "Stereo Mix",
"Sum", "Loopback", "What U Hear" or similar option in the drop-down
menu on Audacity's mixer toolbar
The exact name may be different, depending on your computer's sound
drivers). When you press the Record button, Audacity will capture
whatever sound is playing on your computer's speakers. If this doesn't
work on your computer, you can instead use a cable to connect your
computer's green line-out (speaker) port to its blue line-in port, and set
Audacity to record from line-in. If you do this, you'll need to double the
line-out port with a stereo single to double connector if you want to listen
while you're recording.
If you are on OS X we recommend you use Audio Hijack
instead to record the output to an AIFF file direct from the application
that's creating it. The AIFF file can be imported into Audacity with
Project > Import Audio if you want to edit it. However turn off the
"compression" option in Wiretap Preferences as Audacity may otherwise
have difficulty playing AIFF files created in Wiretap.
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Tested on: 11/30/2006 6:37:45 PM