Thanks a lot for the very fast answer
The problem is no more, it's because the SPDIF (optical output) was "enabled" and it must be "disable", now I can use this marvelous opensource soft to record all the sound from my computer and my HiFi sound machine
I have to choice in the record features of windows or on the mixer of my sound card "stereo mixer" or wave to record a cd playing from my dvd rom and the input toolbar is useless on my configuration, but all is ok now...
Thanks a lot....
Seen you another time on the web
>Tu-Khanh VUONG wrote:
>> I use the soft to mix some files but I can't record with it. I have a
>> Nightingale pro 6 (Zoltrix) with the latest drivers (2002) but the input
>> toolbar is grey and don't show the input devices
>> The mixer of windows XP and the mixer of my sound card is the same and
>> well configurate with record on for wave ou cd but nothing when I
>> record. Is it because my sound card too old ??
>I very much doubt it. Audacity should work with any sound card with driver support for your OS.
>Most of the sound card settings in audacity can be found in the preferences on the Audio I/O tab. This will let you select input / output devices and numbers of tracks.
>The sample rate used is set up by the current audacity project rate (button at the bottom left of main window).
>You will also have to unmute the input signal source, and set up the appropriate recording level with the slider on the audacity input toolbar.