Try to find an older version of some recording software. I use Goldwave ,but the others listed nice programs either.Originally Posted by Dj_GaN
i used to love using the simple recording programs you can download for free, when recording, but ive since moved up to logic for my recording needs (whatever that may be)
I have audacity, but how do i use it????
I've just bought a cable that you can plug in in your pc and in your mixer.
Last edited by DJZJiel; 06-25-2007 at 15:52 PM.
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Cooledit can do the trick (i think it's from adobe now). It has multiple track-support
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I use Audacity and I have a really small crappy computer and it works excellent for remixing as well as recording sets
if pretty mixer
How about this utility? i just do some googling, then stumble upon streaming music recorder that helps you record streaming sound from computer. Any audio that you hear from your computer can be recorded.