May 12, 2009 at 11:04 AM
Okay I've done all this correctly up to 7 but when I try and play it back there's no sound recorded. Are there any settings I need to change in the program itself? The only kind of microphone I can think of that I have in the house is a skype headphone so maybe that won't really do.andwhyisit said:You can record all sounds playing on your computer as wav and convert to mp3.
1. Go to "Volume Control" (double click on the speaker icon which is one of the icons next to the time on your computer or look in one of the folders under Programs>Accessories in your start menu).
2. Go to Options>Properties.
3. Change your volume options to recording check all tickboxes, press ok and unmute everything except for microphone.
4. Open Sound Recorder (same place in the start menu as Volume Control)
5. Get your preferred org player ready (or anything that plays music)
6. Hit record on Sound Recorder and quickly play your music.
7. When the track ends, or in org's case loops, hit the stop button.
8. Save recording as wav format
9. Use the wave editor that comes with nero or some freeware one to clean up the gap before the track started and to and a fadeout for the looped over section
10. either save as mp3 format or convert it with the near endless number of converters there are on the internet.
11. Use winamp to add the ID3 tags.
Then again you could always just ask me to do it for you.