[Mm-friends] Audio related mailing lists or podcasts
christopherh40 at gmail.com
Sat May 25 14:07:45 EDT 2013
Yes, Total Recorder is for the Pc and is available from
for the record, Audio Hijack Pro for the mac is very like Total Recorder
in what it can do.
On 25/05/2013 18:53, Paul Hunt wrote:
> Hello Chris. Thanks for your reply. Is Total recorder available for the pc? Where can I get it?
> Thanks so much.
> On May 25, 2013, at 12:33 PM, Chris H <christopherh40 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I can give you an idea that's basic for some but works for me.
>> 1. Have a pair of good quality headphones.
>> 2. Use Total Recorder with the free Digital Mixer add-on. Total Recorder is unique in that it provides virtual sound cards that captures the computer's own output. The Digital Mixer add-on allows you to use both sound board (microphone, line in, etc) and software (virtual sound cards) mode at the same time.
>> If you cannot do this, but you do have an iOS device, then try one of the many recorder apps that are out there. I use Dropvox. Simply placing it as nearest to the computer as possible should give very good to excellent output for both your voice and the computer's output.
>> Good luck.
>> On 25/05/2013 18:07, Paul Hunt wrote:
>>>> Hello. I'm interested in learning how to produce podcast quality audio similar to what's done by the Main menu team. Are there any mailing lists or tutorials geared to this topic?
>>> Thanks so much.
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