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can't record from CD in Sound Recorder

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by dtach, Jan 11, 2003.

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  1. dtach

    dtach Thread Starter

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    I am trying to record a 15 second segment from a CD using Sound Recorder. In Record Control I have my SB designated as my mixer device, CD Audio selected and volume turned up at 75%. I play the CD using Windows Media Player, and click on the "record" button in Sound Recorder. The slider is moving from left to right. After 10 - 15 seconds I click the "stop" button. Then I click on play, and nothing was recorded. However, I was able to record and play back my voice using a microphone. Suggestion will be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    AFAIK, the sound recorder is a pretty simple program, and the only input is the microphone. It doesn't work on my system either, but I never tried it before. :)
     
  3. kramnnim

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    If I want to record what WMP is playing, I have to go to Volume control>properties>adjust volume for recording> Then there are boxes to selecet where you want to record from (mic, wave out mix, CD player)

    That's for WinXP, I dunno what OS you are using.
     
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