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Re: recording

you may not have a sound in socket on the new G4s

----- Original Message -----
From: Brett Maraldo <plexus@sympatico.ca>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 2:51 AM
Subject: Re: recording

> Ihave done a lot of analogue audio digitizing with my macs, first
> using the built in audio and then with an audiowerk card. i can tell
> you that the built in audio (audio in and out) are very very good so
> you can use the stock audio path.
> you need an application that will record audio from the input jacks.
> something like soundedit, logic audio, peak, etc etc.
> all you do is from the sound control panel select the audio input as
> IN, plug in the sources (your edp) and then hit record in the app and
> play on the source. when the audio is done hit stop and you should
> have an audio file of the audio you just recorded. so a save as...
> and save it as an AIFF and that's it.
> plexus
> >hi all,
> >     i have a question about how to record on my MAC G4. i have never
> >much recording, but i wanted to be able to dump a loop from my EDP onto
> >G4 as a keepsake. what would be an affordable way to get sound from a
> >like my echoplex or a stereo preamp (with 1/4" or mic outs) into my
> >what would be an affordable way to edit that sound once i got it onto my
> >machine?
> >
> >sorry if my questions are basic.
> >
> >
> >--
> >rob