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Don Hutcheson
Recording audio from sound card rather than mic or line inputs
on Apr 1, 2012 at 12:57:58 am

I sometimes need to record nat sound from the internet, and my Adobe Audition Audio Hardware Setup and Windows Recording Mixer only list a mic or line input as a source in "Record". How can I set up Audition to record whatever audio is coming through the sound card regardless of its source (via the web, for example)? When I deselect the mic, I get a warning about "recording not possible/no audio device selected".
I have the same situation on a desktop (which also has line inputs as options) and a fast laptop.

Thank you,

Don

Hutch


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Angelo Lorenzo
Re: Recording audio from sound card rather than mic or line inputs
on Apr 1, 2012 at 5:46:57 am

Get a 1/8" male-male stereo cable and go from the line out to the line in of your sound card (more expensive motherboards or sound cards should have this ability)

For whatever reason, in Windows 7 you can no longer do loopthrough recording, which is exactly what you described.


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Don Hutcheson
Re: Recording audio from sound card rather than mic or line inputs
on Apr 2, 2012 at 9:35:16 am

Thank you, Angelo. That takes care of the desktop. The laptop (a new Toshiba Quosmio) doesn't have line inputs. I wonder if running the Windows 7 in XP mode would create options for loopthrough recording.

Thanks,

Hutch

Hutch


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