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Podcasting Basics – Capturing Computer Sounds
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Podcasting Basics – Capturing Computer Sounds


Source: Podcasting Basics, Part 2: Software

There are many applications that can make simple recordings of computer processes, but there are two that stand out in their versatility and popularity. Total Recorder is a Windows-only program that can capture almost any audio event that happens on your Windows-based computer.

Audio Hijack is a Mac-only program that can capture the system audio of your Macintosh computer, or be set to “hijack” the audio from specific applications, ignoring other system sounds. The program also allows the addition of effects and other audio processing, as well as flexible signal routing, handled by a handy graphical flowchart-like interface.


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