Creating voice recordings on CD

  supereagle 17:52 03 Feb 03
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I have an exam coming up which involves reciting a lot of info from memory. Does anyone have any ideas as to the best way for me to create files of my voice recordings, and then transfer them to CD-R so I can play them on a normal CD player.

  britto 18:10 03 Feb 03

can you record yourself on a cassette player then copy to pc.(lots of posts on how to do this).
probably easier to use microphone input to sound card guys on here will tell you how,im sure

  Pesala 21:25 03 Feb 03

Great freeware program from Nonags click here can record voice input from a microphone (not limited time like Windows Voice Recorder). With the help of lame_enc.dll (also free) can export MP3 files.

Can also import MP3 files.

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