Record all that goes through sound card

  VoG II 21:23 24 Feb 06
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I believe that this is possible but how?

I have a Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 4 OEM Sound Card and Windows XP.

  woodchip 21:29 24 Feb 06

VoG™
You have to use a sound recorder software, Windows is no good, what I know of it. So it as to be dedicated recorder software

Check hear you may find something click here

  stalion 21:30 24 Feb 06
  keverne 21:32 24 Feb 06

This is what I use click here

  hzhzhz 21:33 24 Feb 06

I use Polderbits. Very simple but not free. I think it still comes with free 14 day trial.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:39 24 Feb 06

Audacity click here will do it I think

  VoG II 21:46 24 Feb 06

Thanks guys - several choices. I am sorted; thanks again.

  ade.h 22:40 24 Feb 06

I'd go with Audacity, VoG. Very good little app.

  Les 23:57 24 Feb 06

Just in case you have a trial program at the moment and want to try another, then, as ade.h says Audacity works a treat.

Export program to MP3 when your sound import has finished .

I already had the program and this link prompted me to try recording a radio program off the Internet - it worked OK.

  billyliv 00:28 25 Feb 06

I go with daconner, Have used it for years. Once you buy the one off license, they upgrade for free. Recording facilities are first class. Cheers, Bill

  malwarehater 12:01 25 Feb 06

Vog.

I believe your your soundcard has a prog called "Creative Recorder" that came with your software.....look for it in start>programs> creative> creative recorder.

If it's not there it might be that you didnt install it initially.....I recommend you install it and give it a go......it's simple to use.

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