Windows Sound Recorder

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QuickSilva(Posted 2004) [#1]
Is it possible to get the program Sound Recorder (that ships with Windows) to record more than 60 seconds? If so, how?


Erroneouss(Posted 2004) [#2]
i made a sound recorder in blitz with unlimited recording time.... it is not done yet... but you can have a beta if you want ... its on the homepage, just scroll down...

tonyg(Posted 2004) [#3]
I've never found a way to increase from 60 secs.
Depending on your sound card you might have a recorder included. e.g. Creative Recorder allows > 60 secs.
Hope it helps.

QuickSilva(Posted 2004) [#4]
Thanks for the help guys.

theduck - I will check that out, thanks :)

tonyg - I do have Creative Recorder, never really noticed before, cheers for pointing it out :)


Erroneouss(Posted 2004) [#5]
yeah... i got creative recorder too...
i like it! i was just bored... so i made a recorder...
its not done yet though... and still some bugs... and other stuff...

you can try audicity... its a great sound prog with multiple tracks, and more! (way more than 60 secs)
you can do tons of fx in it too!
i use audicity for my games...

for my program:

Agamer(Posted 2004) [#6]
If you wanna get sound recorder over 30 seconds what you do is record for the full time and slow it down over and over again until it is at the lengthyou want it then go back to begining and record!

jfk EO-11110(Posted 2004) [#7]
Try Goldwave, very nice app.

slenkar(Posted 2004) [#8]
free apps:
Messer (memo recorder)- great recorder
mp3directcut - records and edits

Damien Sturdy(Posted 2004) [#9]
record for 60 secs... then stop
and now you have 120secs >.<

why use sound recorder though?

jhocking(Posted 2004) [#10]
Audacity is a good choice if you are looking for a free sound recorder.

QuickSilva(Posted 2004) [#11]
Does Audacity have an option to record "What you hear"? For example if you have a dvd playing will it be able to grab the sound from that?