Audio Recording

  laurie53 08:50 03 Aug 2009
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Any suggestions for a simple audio recording programme?

Replay Radio and its associated programmes won't run under Win 7, and I find Audacity far too complicated without a good manual!

Nothing spectacular, just the odd radio programme and the occasional mp3 compilation for the car.

  Jim_F 09:28 03 Aug 2009

As a general purpose recorder/editor I like soundforge audio studio but for a cheap (free) solution I'd recommend cdex.

Cdex is primarily cd ripping software but will record and save files in a variety of formats including mp3. click here

  eedcam 11:26 03 Aug 2009

Audacity all you need to do is select Stereo mix set the recording levels and it should record anything played on the PC Then export as wav or mp3 how complicated is that?

  laurie53 11:46 03 Aug 2009

Thanks for the responses, I'll give them a look.

eedcam - I wwas not able to find out how to select stereo, nor how or where to enter the url of the station I wanted to record, or how to select the length of recording.

That's how complicated it is to me!

Like I said, I want something simple.

I know from these forums that Audacity is good, and a favourite of many people. Unfortunately, for me it is too user unfriendly.

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