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    hi everyone;
    is it possible to use my computer as a sound reorder (i will enter signal from a microphone) for a long period (about half an hour)?
    i know sound recording is possible, but which is the limitation in record length? can a select the save/storage destination like using an externa HD (those in the 100's of Gb)?
    thanks in advance for any insigth or guidance.

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    [quote name='danielr2' post='793419' date='15-Sep-2009 13:00']hi everyone;
    is it possible to use my computer as a sound reorder (i will enter signal from a microphone) for a long period (about half an hour)?
    i know sound recording is possible, but which is the limitation in record length? can a select the save/storage destination like using an externa HD (those in the 100's of Gb)?
    thanks in advance for any insigth or guidance.[/quote]

    I've used Windows Media Encoder for recordings up to a couple hours in length.

    Joe
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    [quote name='danielr2' post='793419' date='15-Sep-2009 19:00'][/quote]
    I've used Audacity to record from a microphone - until such time as I discovered that I had the wrong input, and was wanting to record from a music download!
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    gentlemen;

    thanks a lot for yur replies.
    i have audacity, and will try it.

    rgrds,

    dr.

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