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dewah
09-19-2000, 03:18 PM
i wonder if anybody can help me?
im using win 98(se) and find the sound recorder supplied is pretty good, except i cant make it record for long without continually pressing <record> for longer recording.
any ideas how i can record for longer periods of time? preferably unlimited .....
hope someone can help

MeadowsG
02-25-2001, 03:39 AM
Try some of the recording/editing software that is available. I use GoldWave for most of my editing when I am fitting sound to video for CD,
It is a great program that is very easy to use.

G

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sleddog
02-25-2001, 07:28 AM
I agree, Goldwave is one of the best. A couple years ago I needed a good audio recorder and editor and after much searching found Goldwave. Then to my amazement I discovered it's a product of my own Canadian province -- in fact my hometown! Who says the Internet isn't a small place... http://www.PCGuide.com/ubb/smile.gif

p.s. Here's the link: http://www.goldwave.com/


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GROGSTER
02-26-2001, 11:33 PM
Hi!

I would personally suggest MUSICMATCH JUKEBOX 6, as it can record from the lin-in, rip CD's, record MP3's in real time(encode them at the same time as you input the audio into your sound-card), and can convert WAV files into MP3's at any of the standard bitrates, right up to 320kbps - all this is in the free version.
www.musicmatch.com (http://www.musicmatch.com)

Another good program is DART-CD(Dart stands for Digital Audio Restoration Technology). This program comes with a lot of cool audio filters, but you need a reasonably fast PC to run it - like say a P200.

Also, you can try COOLEDIT, which has heaps of useful features like reverb and echo effects, crossfading and sound editing. Great program.
www.cooledit.com (http://www.cooledit.com)

Cheers,


G.