Question about Audio Players & Recorders
What kind of software do you have?
If you have Windows: go to Start Menu / Programs / Accessories / Entertainment / Sound Recorder.
plug in your mic. turn it on. say "testing...testing..check, one, two...sockpuppets, sockpuppets"
in Sound Recorder, click on the button with the red circle. You'll be recording in .wav format.
If you want better quality sound than the default, go to File / Properties / Convert Now
here you can choose a higher sampling and bit rate. Standard CD audio is 44.100kHz, 16 bit, Stereo. Take note that the higher quality the file, the more hard drive space is occupies.
If you want to get crazy with more involved audio software, I have lots more to say.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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