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How to record Guitar sound on a computer

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1. Buy a software package for recording music, if your budget allows. Recording music software is specifically designed for recording musical instruments formed. He cannot offer features found in common software audio. Alternatively, an audio recording program for free to get the music recording software than your needs and budget.


2. Buying a guitar cable to your computer if you use an electric guitar. Connect the larger end of your guitar amplifier and the small end into the computer microphone / line-in.


3. For an external microphone when a traditional guitar. Plug the microphone into the computer microphone / line-in. A stereo microphone is a natural sounding audio file, due to the dual microphones.


4. Open your audio recording program, which recognizes the device connected to ensure the microphone / line-in. Pull the cord, again if it does not recognize the device. Change the settings for the recording program to your needs to adapt, you can file type for quality change, and the recording is mono or stereo and audio level. Press the Record button, then started playing guitar.


5. Press the "Stop" button when you finish the game. Some programs can automatically be prompted to save the file; others may be the audio file first. Press "control" and saving "S", if not prompted.


Digital recorder

1. Buy a stand-alone digital recorder, if you do not want a guitar cable or an external microphone. A stand-alone digital recorder is small enough to fit in your pocket and can be placed anywhere without the need hampered by a cable.


2. Set the digital recorder on a flat surface. Press the record button.


3. Press the digital recorder, "Stop" when finished. Connect the recorder to the computer with data cable. Open the device by clicking on "Start" then "Computer" and double click on the recorder in the "Removable Devices". Copy the file from the recorder to your computer. Turn off the burner when you are ready to save battery power.

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Cannot open Wave Device for recording. Are you sure your audio card supports the currently specified sample rate and/or bit resolution?


It's basically saying that your inbuilt sound card might not be compatible with the software. Check the software specifications and then look at your sound card specifications. You can also select a different bit rate under the recording options in the software. For example many MP3 files are recorded at 320, but you can reduce it to say 128. This might allow the an older type sound card to work with the software.

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how i can recorde


Music or video ?????

If video you can install vlc player from here free:

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

When installed click on show in the menu bar
and select advanced control now the player can record.
When click on the record button.
And it will create your video in your video map.

For music also for free you can install this recorder from here:

http://www.sound-recorder.biz/freesoundrecorder.html

Free Sound Recorder does exactly as it sounds -- it is an easy-to-use FREE software program that lets you record any sounds from your sound card and save the recording directly into MP3, WMA or WAV files.

Free Sound Recorder is a perfect audio recorder to record your own voice, music or any other sound by working directly with your sound card. It supports the record input/source from a microphone, streaming audio from the Internet, external input devices (e.g. CDs, LP, music cassettes, phone line etc.) as well as other applications like Winamp, Media Player, etc. With built-in advanced audio record engine, the recorder produces high quality recordings.

If you're looking for an application to help you for audio recording, you won't be disappointed in Free Sound Recorder! Main Features of Free Sound Recorder

bg_link_arrow.gif Allows you to record audio into MP3, WMA or WAV format directly.
bg_link_arrow.gif Allows you to pre-define audio recording qualities to help quickly set and manage recording parameters.
bg_link_arrow.gif Built-in advanced audio record engine to produce high quality recording.
bg_link_arrow.gif Allows you to preset/preview your audio recording device before starting record.
bg_link_arrow.gif Build-in WMA WAV MP3 decoder.
Hope this was helpfull

Mar 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to record music on ThinkPad!! Thanks


1) Turn on your mic 2) Start windows sound recorder 3) Start recording 4) Jam out on your instrument(s) 5) Stop recording 6) ... 7) Profit
In truth, this is a terrible device to record music on. You should look into getting a mixer (with as many tracks as you need) and a dedicated computer with a high quality sound card (M-Audio) is a good brand.
If you're thinking about making electronic music, look into FL Studio. http://flstudio.image-line.com/
More details would allow me to answer with more precision.

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Microboards DX1 input problems


Microboards' New DX-1 Disc Publisher to Ship Microboards’ New Print & Burn DVD/CD Duplicator Ships

Industrial quality of DX-2 and Print Factory in a Compact Package with the DX-1
Chanhassen, MN, August 17, 2004 —Microboards is shipping a new disc creation system (MSRP $2,995) with a high-speed DVD/CD recorder and industrial printing technology from HP to give users professional publishing in a petit package. Combined with custom label design and recording software, the system makes in-house disc creation easy and inexpensive.
Microboards' New DX-1 Disc Publisher to Ship Microboards’ New Print & Burn DVD/CD Duplicator Ships

Industrial quality of DX-2 and Print Factory in a Compact Package with the DX-1
Chanhassen, MN, August 17, 2004 —Microboards is shipping a new disc creation system (MSRP $2,995) with a high-speed DVD/CD recorder and industrial printing technology from HP to give users professional publishing in a petit package. Combined with custom label design and recording software, the system makes in-house disc creation easy and inexpensive.

Microboards' New DX-1 Disc Publisher to Ship Microboards’ New Print & Burn DVD/CD Duplicator Ships

Industrial quality of DX-2 and Print Factory in a Compact Package with the DX-1
Chanhassen, MN, August 17, 2004 —Microboards is shipping a new disc creation system (MSRP $2,995) with a high-speed DVD/CD recorder and industrial printing technology from HP to give users professional publishing in a petit package. Combined with custom label design and recording software, the system makes in-house disc creation easy and inexpensive.

You've got an expensive unit (see below for Press Release), with a built-in CD/DVD reader/writer.
Given that your unit could be six years old, it's possible that the reader/writer has "died".

It seems to be a "stand-alone" unit -- not something that requires either Mac OSx or Windows XP/Vista/7 to operate.

I'm guessing that _ANY_ IDE (not 'SATA') HP-brand reader/writer, provided that it has a "LightScribe" capability, could be purchased, and could be inserted to replace the "dead" reader/writer. For about $100, it's worthwhile to try this "substitution" to revive your unit.
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Microboards' New DX-1 Disc Publisher to Ship
Microboards’ New Print & Burn DVD/CD Duplicator Ships

Industrial quality of DX-2 and Print Factory in a Compact Package with the DX-1

Chanhassen, MN, August 17, 2004 — Microboards is shipping a new disc creation system (MSRP $2,995) with a high-speed DVD/CD recorder and industrial printing technology from HP to give users professional publishing in a petit package. Combined with custom label design and recording software, the system makes in-house disc creation easy and inexpensive.

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recording a phone call to a hard disk


This question has too many variables to answer completely. How many lines? How many calls? What's your budget? Do the other people know you're recording and is it legal in your area?

About $250 gets you a 2-line recorder that uses your USB port and includes all software. About $55 gets you a single line interface that uses the MIC or LINE input of a sound card, and my favorite software Total Recorder will record all the sounds you hear.

A search engine will find you "USB telephone recorders" where you can find surveilance and recording devices for a small or large budget. One even claums to record remotely via internet!
(www.usbrecorder.com).

Carl

Oct 25, 2008 | Lands Phones

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