Re: Recording from Microphone AND Wave in Windows XP
- On this note, does anyone know if there is something like a USB mixer
board that can be added to a PC or Mac? I want to do a cross fade,
but I can only click on one fader at a time. a manual board would be
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, andrew clarke <mail@o...> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 08, 2004 at 05:20:14PM -0000, namlig1 wrote:
> > I've found a (rather primitive) way to route the sound of both the
> > wave channel and the microphone channel to any recording program (I'm
> > using Cool Edit). It seemed too simple before so I didn't bother
> > trying it.
> > In the sound properties in Windows select, as your recording channel,
> > "stereo mix" then go to town in the audio editing program of your
> Mark VandeWettering of Brainwagon demonstrates this in a 10 Mb Windows
> Media video file, linked from
> http://brainwagon.org/archives/2004/10/06/610/. Instead of CoolEdit Pro
> he's using Audacity.
> For some PC sound card the recording input is named "What U Hear" or
> "Sum" instead of "Stereo Mix".
> Total Recorder is unnecessary for most people.
> > I can't promise it'll be the best sound quality ever, but it's a
> The recorded audio of the mix should be near to CD quality on any modern
> sound card provided you record at 44.1 KHz at 16-bit.
- I know people who do audio documentaries rave about something called
It might be exactly what you are looking for.
- I own an mbox and have used it to record my music. It's a USB
interface that runs protools LE recording software. It has quarter-
inch jack inputs for your microphones, instruments, etc., and feeds
the audio into your pc/protools via usb. You can find them used on
ebay for about $350. I just heard about podcasting and am going to
see if I can use my mbox to create my 'cast. Fingers crossed, i'm
not that savvy...yet!
--- In email@example.com, "Wendy" <wendy@w...> wrote:
> I know people who do audio documentaries rave about something
> an MBox.
> It might be exactly what you are looking for.
> Be well,