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> From: Tim <email@example.com>
> To: Community support for Fedora users <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2011 18:33:10 +1030
> Subject: Re: Recommendations: Simple Audio Recorder
> On Wed, 2011-02-02 at 19:17 -0800, Patrick Bartek wrote:
>> Looking for a simple audio recorder with built-in playback for foreign
>> language practice. Commandline type okay. Will be using a Skype-type
>> headset with integrated microphone--two separate plugs. Have found
>> many audio recording studio programs, but don't need all that
>> sophistication. Tried a couple, anyway, but neither recognized the
>> mike. And, of course, recorded only silence.
> Well, for simple GUI operation, there's gnome-sound-recorder (if it
> still exists for current releases of Fedora). Though I use audacity if
> I want to record anything.
When I record online audio using audacity, it also records surrounding noise.
How do you block it in audacity ?
Few days before I was recording online audio in my laptop. At the same time
I was talking with my friend. Audacity recorded that online audio along with
my personal talk.
I want to record only the online audio, not any surrounding noise.
How to do it in audacity ?
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