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Stay logged in Sign up now! To answer to Gale's questions is tricky because there are so many options, I have no idea which control which others, and I'm not sure which were in use when I Advertisement Simus1 Thread Starter Joined: Dec 4, 2005 Messages: 5 Hello, the sound in my laptop Gateway MX6956 running Win XP Pro SP3 is good, but I can't seem to record If a device only has one possible input for selection by the computer (for example, a USB microphone), only the name of the device will be listed, with no input type. http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/how_to_set_up_audacity.html
The time now is 18:13. On some devices capable of recording more than two channels, an explicit "multi" device may appear in the "Device" drop-down for recording all the channels simultaneously. For instructions, see the further help for Windows, Mac or Linux on our Wiki. Now no sound from speakers mdm5382, Mar 20, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 3 Views: 100 mdm5382 Mar 20, 2017 Thread Status: Not open for further replies.
Did you see them in Device Manager? In other words when you say you have the latest HD500 driver installed, that includes the ASIO driver. Windows 7: trouble recording from the desktop with Audacity Page 1 of 4 1 23 > Last » 08 Jan 2011 #1 digiday Windows 7 ULT 32 bit 102 posts Audacity Line In Missing Again.....thanks all for the timely responses Marc 0 Back to top Report #18 jandrio jandrio Power User Members 1254 posts Registered Products:5 Posted 17 February 2014 - 03:07 AM Immediately
You can hover over any of the four boxes in Audacity at any time to see the full text for the selected item. Audacity Recording Device Not Found now I have a very stable, clean Windows computer that never crashes, not even once in almost 3 months of continued use and installations. Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/device_toolbar.html Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent
Links > Forward to: Basic Recording, Editing and Exporting < Back to: How to connect your equipment |< Tutorial - Copying tapes, LPs or MiniDiscs to CD Views Navigation Contents Using How To Set Up Audacity For Recording thanks marc maze 0 Back to top Report #2 still_fiddlin still_fiddlin Iknowathingortwo Members 142 posts LocationTexas Registered Products:1 Posted 14 February 2014 - 08:34 PM I don't have Audio Host Selects the particular interface with which Audacity communicates with your chosen playback and recording devices. If audacity shows that you are using ASIO4ALL, that is very likely the problem. 0 Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.....
Drag Handle Using the drag handle at right, you can expand Device Toolbar rightwards to be wider than the default width shown, or drag it leftwards to be less wide. https://www.bandicam.com/faqs/multiple_sound_recording/ FlashBack is one I have. Audacity Input Device Settings You should now see a volume control for Stereo Mix. How To Use An Audio Interface With Audacity http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Updating_Sound_Device_Drivers Gale Re: [Audacity-users] playback speed error From: Tony Carr
You don't need capture for that. Elvandil, Jan 23, 2010 #3 Simus1 Thread Starter Joined: Dec 4, 2005 Messages: 5 Elvandil said: ↑ There is not any way to record sound that is being played through a You can use the output slider on the Mixer Toolbar to control the volume at which you listen to your Audacity project. Choose your preferred Audio Host, Recording Device and Playback Device from the dropdown menus. Audacity Audio Interface Compatibility
If you don't see Stereo Mix, click the wrench icon and enable Stereo Mix in the dialogue that pops up. Thanks very much, digiday My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell 531 OS Windows 7 ULT 32 bit CPU 2 GHZ Memory 2 GB Other Info Also use Macs, but don't At any rate, I really appreciate your help, Elvandil. On Windows, the choice is between the following audio interfaces.
Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Audacity Monitor Delay There are a lot of freeware audio recorders, and freeware & commercial video-and-audio recorders (screen activity capturers) which are useless as things stand now with this Gateway laptop. Check your Audacity settings and see if the correct devices are listed Under Interface, select the DirectSound device to see if a capture driver appears in the lower window.
To use this, open the operating system sound mixer, then the Playback section, then unmute line-in and turn the volume up. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Note that later versions of Freecorder from the manufacturer's site do not record to WAV, forcing you to record to the lossy MP3 format. Audacity Listen While Recording Delay ALSA has the optional alsaloop playthrough module in alsa-utils and PulseAudio has an optional module-loopback, but these modules may have noticeable latency and audio breakup.
Recording Device Choose the built-in or attached sound device that you want to use for recording. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Links > Forward to: Tutorial - Making a Test Recording < Back to: Tutorial - Audacity Settings for Recording |< Tutorial - Your First Recording Views Navigation Contents Using Audacity Tour Audacity was recording everything just fine....from the beginning...
Click the "Settings" button under the Video tab Select "Primary Sound Capture Driver" If you haven't set the "Stereo Mix" of Windows, [click here] to set "Stereo Mix" Select the "Microphone" Click on the toolbar image below to see this toolbar displayed in context of the default upper tooldock layout. Device Toolbar grays out when playing, recording or paused. The "Mapper" output is not a separate device, but is the device from the output list that is currently chosen as the default system playback device in the Windows Control Panel. Advertisement Recent Posts ..sleep mode happening too soon...
If you don't have good drivers (or a wonky device) then it can also display speed errors intermittently rather than consistently. Back to top Report #13 ferdnuckles ferdnuckles Just Startin' Members 12 posts Registered Products:2 Posted 15 February 2014 - 12:23 PM Please....no stupid answers...just my stupid questions.... This selects the particular interface with which Audacity communicates with your chosen recording and playback devices. In the image above, "Microsoft Sound Mapper - Output" appears when the Windows "MME" Host is selected.
Try to enable and select a suitable option in the system mixer as described below. Click the "Settings" button under the Video tab Select "(Default Sound Device)" Select the "Microphone" menu Check the "Two Sound Mixing" option to get one mixed audio stream (Recommended) Multiple sound Driver = Microsoft, 19nov10 (6 files) The default device in (2) and (3) depends on whether the USB headset is plugged in - but even when it is, I can still Playback is usually emulated.
I don't know why this works. Driver = Microsoft, 19nov10 (6 files) MS Headset Lifechat: Mfr = GenericUSBaudio! It installs a capture driver and can therefore record any sound that passes through your sound card.