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Recording from soundcard W7


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#1 BNDAZ

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 05:11 PM

i want to record a short sound that is present on a website for a ringtone, but i can seem to get the sound recorder on W7 to "see" any type of recording device so i can record directly form the sound-card (onboard).

came across this:
http://tech.gaeatimes.com/index.php/...and-windows-7/
the issue is i am not seeing the "Wave out Mix Device" that is supposedly disabled by default.

Am i missing something?
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#2 caperjac

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 08:28 PM

hi assuing you meant the sound in playing when your on the websire and you want to recored it ,you need a mic/then go to start /allprograms /accessories ,click on sound recoreder ,hold the mic up to your speakers and hit record on the sound recoreder ,save and ,then you will have to may have to use another program to create the ringtone

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Posted 11 May 2011 - 04:54 AM

It should "listen" to your soundcard anyway.
When I had the same problem I found that my soundcard had not been loaded probably.
Check which it is and search for drivers/updates.
Try that

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