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I would like to record voice drops using my compuer but don't know how.

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Hey ,,
1.) connect the microphone to the computer (red or pink jack)
2.) enable the microphone

In Xp riight click the speaker to the bottom right of the screen
click open volume controller
click options then properties
tick of the mic check box then turn off mute

In vista riight click the speaker to the bottom right of the
screen
click recording devices
select mic and click configure
follow the wizard to set up the mic

3.) you can use 3rd party software like nero wave editor or other programs ,, there are free ones out there use google to find them or you can use the inbuilt windows recorder

In xp, start / all programs / accessories / entertainment then
sound recorder

in vista start / acessories / sound recorder
4.) click record to record your voice
5.) save it and do what ever you want with it.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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The good news is that making high quality recordings of a voice is a lot easier than say, of a band. In fact you do not need anything fancy to do this, just a good quality headset and microphone and some software.

I am going to assume that you are aware that you can use the media program in windows to record in WAV format. If you did not know that, simply Google WAV and record and you will find many articles that detail how to do that with a stock windows system.

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You can find reasonably priced Sennheiser models at www.newegg.com and at your local superstores (ie Best Buy or Staples).

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