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paula noonan
multi channel audio recordings
on Jan 7, 2008 at 3:18:18 am

I'm looking for advice on multi channel audio recording. I have started a website, coloradocapitolwatch.com. We want to record multiple state legislative committee hearings using the various urls the state provides to pick up the internet audiostreaming. The committee hearings can be up to 3 hours. I have a pc and mac, but would prefer to record on the pc. Am looking for a software recording package that will allow me to set the times for the recordings on multiple channels. For example, 6 committee hearings can start at 1pm. I would like to be able to record as many of those hearings as possible on one pc. Paula Noonan.


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Ty Ford
Re: multi channel audio recordings
on Jan 8, 2008 at 3:50:18 am

Hello Paula and welcome to the Cow Audio Forum.

Interesting. I don't know of any computers that will let you divide the audio from multiple URLs discreetly.

Not to say there isn't widget to do that. I've just never seen one.

I do know that BoomRecorder (a Mac ap) will record at least 18 tracks and timecode with the right audio hardware box, but you'd still have to get the URLs to separate.

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Ty Ford




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Paula Noonan
Re: multi channel audio recordings
on Jan 8, 2008 at 8:43:35 pm

Ty: Each committee room has its own url, if that makes a difference. I currently use Total Recorder to pick up one url per computer, but now I want to capture all of the committee hearings, and there will be about 8 going at any one time. Paula


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Reid Caulfield
Re: multi channel audio recordings
on May 10, 2008 at 2:33:42 am

Audio Hijack Pro or WireTap Studio can do timed recording. Never tried multiple instances at the same time, though. Might work. No TC though.

Reid C



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