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    Record and Save from speakers

    Does anyone know a easy way to record sound and save to a mp3 file the sound that comes out of your speakers?

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    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Los Angeles

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    Thanks for the help mark.

    I did it but it did not sound to crisp. Any ideas on how to make it sound a little better?

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    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    I use GoldWave + LAME.

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    I use Audacity and Reaper (the 0.99 freeware version) to record sound and edit it. Both are very good. I use Reaper now mostly because it allows me to render the files in FLAC out of the box. Make sure that it deletes the temporary wav files that it records though otherwise they will eat up your disk space after a while. Audacity automatically does this, but Reaper sometimes seems to have a problem. Maybe it was just my installation though...

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