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    I want to be able to record audio from the Internet into my Sound Forge Audio software. I have version 9. I can enable the recording but get nothing. Can anyone help?
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    If no one can help with the Sound Forge Audio software you might give Audacity a shot. It's free and works like a champ.

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    Audacity is a great program, but for just simple manual recording off the 'net these are my favorite: Mp3MyMp3 and Kat Mp3 Recorder
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    Quote Originally Posted by RussB View Post
    Audacity is a great program, but for just simple manual recording off the 'net this is my favorite: Mp3MyMp3
    My Anti-Virus program issues warnings for mp3mymp3.
    The web seems to have many negative comments for mp3mymp3.

    Does anyone have experience with RadioSure ?
    http://download.cnet.com/RadioSure/3...?tag=mncol;pop

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    The best program I have found for recording, editing, modifying and basically doing anything you want with sound on a computer is Adobe AuditionV3. I know it's a bit expensive. You can record anything coming thru your sound card, edit sound files from a digital recorder like the ZoomH2 ( I use this extensively for live recordings of my band), make sound files from your microphone, or anything else audio. Audition is to sound as PhotoShop is to images.

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    If you want a freebee that works, try Freecorder. Sets up a toolbar & can record on the fly

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    About RadioSure,

    oh yes, I'm using and can recommend this free app. Astonishing 13 000 stations ...

    But I am also using Screamer Radio, Radiotracker 6 ...

    / Oskarius

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    I've had good luck with StreamRipper for ripping Shoutcast audio streams using WinAmp. It records both Country AND Western.

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    In XP you may need to go into your sounds control panel applet [right click on speaker icon in system tray, choose "open volume control"]
    Volume Control panel opens, select "options", then "properties"
    Properties window opens up, there's an "adjust volume for" box, usually that will have "playback" selected
    Click on the white circle to the left of "Recording" to select and show recording volumes underneath
    You should see "Stereo Mix" and "Microphone" entries, make sure both have check marks in them, and click on "OK"
    Recording Control window comes up - this is where the issue lies most times. In XP (I don't know about later versions) you can have either microphone OR Stereo Mix active.
    You need to select "stereo mix" to use internal (ie internet radio) as your source, and go back to "microphone" in order to use your mic , for instance in audio chat rooms or skype.

    Many times people spend a lot time troubleshooting this because of how obscure and deeply hidden the controls are.

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    Total Recorder is the best I've seen.

    http://www.totalrecorder.com

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    Look at the suite of products from Applian Technologies at http://www.applian.com. I have their suite and record radio shows to my hard drive to listen to later using their built-in scheduler.


    Quote Originally Posted by Rae Ervin View Post
    I want to be able to record audio from the Internet into my Sound Forge Audio software. I have version 9. I can enable the recording but get nothing. Can anyone help?

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