I just checked the FAQ on you audacity site. Didnt really help me out with
my next problem. I can record and im not sure why. I pluged in my mic to my
soudcard, turned it on. The volume for it is up in audacity and the
recording thing is set for "microphone". Any help would be appreciated.
>To: "Devon Huxtable" <devon8822@...>
>Subject: Re: [Audacity-help] (no subject)
>Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2006 07:37:42 GMT
> | From Devon Huxtable
> | Sat, 09 Dec 2006 21:27:33 -0500
> | Subject: [Audacity-help] (no subject)
> | I dont know alot about the programe yet so
> | please be specific. I only get playback sound out of one speaker
> | (the left one). I have a 5.1 speaker setup. How do i get the
> | playback sound to come out all of the speakers?
>Do you mean that only files playing in Audacity have sound coming out
>of one speaker, or that any file playing on your computer only has
>sound coming out of one speaker? Or are you talking only about
>playthrough of a recording? Is the file or recording mono or stereo
>as stated on the Track Panel where the mute/solo buttons are?
>Audacity will always send sound to the sound device as two channels -
>if there are five tracks they're downmixed to stereo, and if the track or
>tracks are mono, the single channel is duplicated. Assuming obviously
>your speakers are connected properly, then how your sound device
>sends the two channels to the surround speakers depends on its
>configuration. It's possible there's an option for mono sound received
>by the device as identical stereo channels to be sent only to the left
>channel, or it may even do this automatically. Similarly, stereo sound
>may only be sent to left and right speakers rather than to all five
>speakers. So you need to look in the configuration for the sound device
>Audacity 1.3.2 (only) can export multichannel files and a dialogue
>to path different tracks to different output channels appears when
>you File > Export As WAV, FLAC or OGG.
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