[BCAB] Recording computer sounds and voice at the same time

Sean Randall contact at seanrandall.me
Mon Mar 5 09:55:10 GMT 2018


Hi,

The second option is to  use a hardware mixer; I use the Behringer Xenyx 302 USB and, apart from having a disturbing quirk with hiss
if you're not careful when you set  bitrates in your windows mixer settings it does well enough for the price.  Obviously you need a
microphone to go into that, rather than into your computer. There are switches on the mixer itself to allow you to monitor computer
audio, or pass that through into the mix as you choose.

S.


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-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Randall [mailto:contact at seanrandall.me] 
Sent: Monday 05 March 2018 09:50 AM 
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Subject: Re: [BCAB] Recording computer sounds and voice at the same time

Hi Yusuf

Virtual Audio Cable will let you do this, it's a choose your own price type thing starting at $5 USD 
https://shop.vb-audio.com/en/audio-apps/12-vb-cable-ab.html
Alternatively, record both inputs separately and  mix them together afterward perhaps, using Audacity and Goldwave for instance.

S.
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-----Original Message-----
From: Yusuf Osman [mailto:yusuf.osman at yusufosman.org.uk] 
Sent: Monday 05 March 2018 09:41 AM 
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: [BCAB] Recording computer sounds and voice at the same time

Morning all, hope everyone is well on this fine Monday morning. This was discussed last week, I think, and it got me trying to set
Goldwave up to record both computer sounds I.E. Jaws, and my own voice at the same time. Someone suggested using Loopback in
Goldwave device settings, and whilst this records everything coming through my speakers, Jaws, music, a computer game, it doesn't
record my own voice from the external microphone. If I select the mike option, my voice is recorded, and Jaws is recorded through
the Mike from the PC speakers but the quality isn't all that great.

I'm using Windows7, the latest version of Goldwave and I've tried with both my sound cards, a Realtek and Sound Blaster Audigy.

Is the PC-Audio list still running? Perhaps that would be the most appropriate place to ask this question.
Cheers
Yusuf

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