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Re: How to record internal sound on f11 w/audacity [solved]



Gene Smith wrote, On 11/20/2009 01:33 AM:
I managed to figure this out using f? several releases back but have
been unable to determine how to record internal sounds (e.g., while
listen to ogg file with xmms heard on speakers) using audacity. I have
the default f11 sound setup (pulse?) and my "sound card" is built-in to
motherboard type via8237 I think (as shown on mixer kde applet, or
possibly ac'97, not sure what it's called). Any pointer appreciated.

-gene
P/s: I am able to edit exiting ogg and/or mp3 file in audacity by simply
running the file, no problem with that.


In KDE, run "PulseAudio Volume Control". Under "Recording" tab, make sure "Move Stream..." is set to "Monitor Internal Audio" with Audacity running and monitoring. Then it works (for me). In Audacity preferences, Playback and Record set to ALSA:default work too.



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