Recording sound in XP

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  1. suniltr77

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    How to record sound for more than 60 sec. in the Sound Recorder of Windows XP.
     
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    mikeon ThE oNE & ONlY ??

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    don't use windows sound recorder try audacity its free & is also used by professionals
     
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    Yeah!!!
    Try Audacity
    It is Given in DIGIT DVD/CD of previous months!!!
     
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    None of these are my answer.I knew these.I want the tweaking tricks.If somebody knows,pls answer.
     
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    blueshift Wise Old Crow

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    Read your first post! You asked about recording a sound, didn't you?
    Those replies were right.

    btw, what are tweaking tricks? Be specific.
     
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    @ suniltr77

    Ya! blueshift is right. Be specific


    @ blueshift

    As I guess, he wants a trick to record sound for more than 60 seconds using Windows Sound Recorder.
     
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    blueshift Wise Old Crow

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    sunil, you can't do that using SR in XP. Read more here

    I suggest u try other softwares mentioned in this thread.
    Good luck!
     
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    Thank U Blueshift.I got my answer.I am sorry that my point was not clear to the readers.
     
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    You could also try Goldwave
     
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    as u asked abt recording sound in windows XP
    u can use Avrack player to record sounds ......
    we usually record our silly talkings among the frends by using this software :)
    so u can try thiss .......
    u can use head phones to record ur own voice .... :)

    :) :) :)
     
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    Just opened the sound recorder in vista. Seems like the bug has been sorted out in vista and i was able to record for quite some time.
     
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    Problem is not with Freeware(LINUX),but with the complexity of operation,installation,etc.May be you live in a better environment,but not all have the facility of taking help of expertise as well as bandwidth.
     
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    GNU/Linux is not freeware,but it Free Libre Open Source Software(FLOSS) as u can modify the source which is supplied and distributed.the Licence which holds this is GPL.
    hence not freeware,but free software.read more about Open Source and FLOSS here in wikipedia.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Software
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freeware
    and freeware is
    So use FLOSS,support this thriving futurisitc idea.use GNU/Linux.
     
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    you cn use jet audio also,a long records can b taken here
     
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    Well well well Click on the record button when it is going to be 60 min...
     
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    another audacity user in here!!
     
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    First record till 55 or more seconds then stop nad do again it will extend 60secc more.Follow the same steps
     
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