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Digital Converger

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1 Posted on 01/17/2004 at 10:56:03
I am a consultant to the electronics industry. I am starting a radio show on the internet with local am broadcasts. I'd like to find a simple audio recording and editing solution so I can:

1) Do interviews via telephone on the air.
2) Play recorded music
3) Do voice overs
4) Play sounds and wav files.
5) Audio editing.

I currently use an IBM PC with Win 2K and Win 98 operating systems. Could someone give me their ideas on what I'd need to upgrade and what hardware and software I'd add to my PC to do this, or would I be better off picking up a dedicated piece of hardware, designed specifically for this application ? Have at it.....

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Krowms

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2 Posted on 01/17/2004 at 16:53:02
Hello!

mmmm original question as it has nothing to do with music ;-)

I don't know if there is a really dedicated software for that, but perhaps the best thing would be to take a realy light sequencer... you will be able to edit, record several tracks and mix it down, with a compatibility with all sound format.
For exemple Cakewlak Home Studio or Music Creator. These are realy not expensive and on the Home Studio version, you will find effects (reverb, etc...) to enhance the voices you will record... I think it could be a googd choice.

Do you have an apropriate microphone and a corect sound card? It's also important ;-)
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