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How to Capture Audio in Windows XP

    • 1). Click on the Start button. Highlight the "All Programs" heading in the Start menu, navigate up to the "Accessories" option, navigate over to the "Entertainment" heading and then click on "Sound Recorder option."

    • 2). Click on the "Edit" heading in Sound Recorder and then select the "Audio Properties" option from the drop-down menu that appears below the heading. Click on the "Volume" button under the "Sound Recording" heading in the Audio Properties menu.

    • 3). Check the box at the bottom of your targeted audio source--like "Stereo Mix" or "Line in" for example--and then drag your audio source's volume slider up to increase the audio source's input volume. Exit the Recording Control menu.

    • 4). Attach your microphone or audio dubbing cable to your computer's sounder card. Click on Sound Recorder's "record" button and then start your audio source. Click on the "Stop" button to end the recording.

    • 5). Click on Sound Recorder's "File" heading and then select the "Save" option to store the captured audio to your computer.

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