[BCAB] Recording from external source using Goldwave
Alan and Sheila Rayner
amrayner at blueyonder.co.uk
Tue Jun 19 21:19:09 BST 2012
Others will help with settings, but with regards listening to what you are
recording, I used to use a 'Y' ADAPTOR WHICH ALLOWED ME TO PLUG MY
HEADPHONES INTO THE SAME SOCKET AS THE output lead, the EARPHONE SOCKET ON
YOUR TAPE RECORDER. I assume that you have taken your lead from the
earphone socket to the input socket on your computer. Another tip is to
keep the volume right down on your cassette player when recording to avoid
distorted sound. In the menus choose options, device controls, volume
control and go down the list to line in and check it.
Alan Michael Rayner
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Williams" <jwbr33694 at blueyonder.co.uk>
To: <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 7:35 PM
Subject: [BCAB] Recording from external source using Goldwave
> Hi Folks,
> Using Goldwave 5.67, Soundblaster Live 5.1, JAWS 13 and XP
> I'm trying to record tracks from my cassette collection to
> put onto an MP3 player, hopefully in time for my holiday
> next week.
> I can record the tracks ok, but I cannot listen to the track
> playing, in order to monitor start and finish of each track,
> as I record.
> Earlier on in this attempt I was able to hear the track as
> it played but even though the sound was playing the supposed
> recorded track was empty., ie I had 2.40 minutes of silence.
> If anyone can give me clearstep by step instructions and
> confirm what my record, playback and device settings should
> be, I'd be very grateful.
> Jim Williams
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