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Thread 'what u hear' on audiophile?

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anquah

anquah

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1 Posted on 09/16/2005 at 05:18:36
Hi all,
I usually use this handy tool 'Audio Record Wizard' to record stuff, could be mp3s but also audio from the line-in. Now, yesterday i bought this new soundcard, an Audiophile 2496. So i started ARW to record something from the line-in, but the recorder cannot find any sources :/
So i checked the original Windows sound-thing (bottom right), but on "record" i cannot select any sources :o Should i select sources for use from the M audio delta control panel? Or is there another way i can record "what u hear"? any suggestions about other software that is M-audio compatible?
agaudio

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2 Posted on 09/24/2005 at 22:12:59

%1$s a écrit Hi all,
I usually use this handy tool 'Audio Record Wizard' to record stuff, could be mp3s but also audio from the line-in. Now, yesterday i bought this new soundcard, an Audiophile 2496. So i started ARW to record something from the line-in, but the recorder cannot find any sources :/
So i checked the original Windows sound-thing (bottom right), but on "record" i cannot select any sources :o Should i select sources for use from the M audio delta control panel? Or is there another way i can record "what u hear"? any suggestions about other software that is M-audio compatible?


anquah,

Hello! The best thing to do first is to find out from the either the makers of 'Audio Record Wizard' or M-Audio which programs are compatible with the hardware. Start with your interface and find out if M-Audio supports general programs through the windows drivers (they sometimes do). Also, see if 'Audio Record Wizard' has an audio setup or a preferences option that will allow you to specify the M-Audio interface that you are using. Start there and let me know how that turns out.
kaptive

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3 Posted on 09/25/2007 at 10:00:56
ive tryed to set m-audio sound card to friends comp. it wouldnt do. and then i ve tryed to install on my comp. it worked perfectly. and the reason was.... i had windows xp professional...
he didnt...
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