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Use Output as Input Answered

Hi ! I have this program, Finale 2005b. I've searched everywhere, and I cannot find any way to export the music I produce in there as a real audio file (NOT a midi). So, to achieve this, I have decided to record the output as the input... using Audacity , actually. To do so, I used a simple mono cable to go from my headphone to mic plugs, and set the volume to the minimum... to avoid too much amplitude going in. Now, for the use I want it, this method is way too dodgy (plenty of interference, specially each time I move the cable 1 mm...) I'm pretty sure there is some program or solution to directly map the stream around... I don't have much funds, so free would be good, and btw I work on Win32. Thanks

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11010010110

12 years ago

computers have such a link built in - you dont need external cable. its stereo btw :) look for something like mixed output in the properties of audacity if everything else fails try to connect external cable to the line in (blue) - it usually makes cleaner sound than mic (red)

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gmjhowe
gmjhowe

12 years ago

I know that there are freeware software recorders for Mac os X that can do that, so i would assume that there will be one for windows.