RE: [evonline2002_webheads] Recording with Audacity
- Hi Dennis
Trust me,, go with "digitalizer"
It automatically adjusts the sound output from any input and to any kind of file and it's faster and easier to use.
You can find it from many sources for a demo trial by the file name
Another also easy and sound controllable FREE software is "Jetaudio" the basic version. I'll try to give you sites to find them ASAP.
Hope it would help with your problem.
"A Pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity while an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty"
Reem M. Al-Faiz
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Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] Recording with Audacity
Trying to make recordings with Audacity from audio cassettes. PC. WindowsXP Pro.
Cassettes from player (Aiwa walkman) into line-in. from earphone plug-in. Problem:
Too soft. Checking during recording through earphones - must turn volume down, but
playing recording - far too soft Suggestions? Possible causes of problems?
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