Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream


Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

as, no doubt you have noted, not GoldWave, but Total Recorder! Senior
moment, too many pieces of software doing similar jobs!

On Thu, 04 Jun 2020 12:45:44 +0100, "Colin Howard" <Colin@pobox.com> wrote:

-Donald,
-
-I find it unbelievable you've not managed to sort this speed problem, I
sent
-you concise and clear instructions how to go about it in GoldWave, did you
-ever receive them?
-
-If not, I'll look up the original post again and resend to the list.
-
-On Wed, 3 Jun 2020 07:40:04 -0700, "Donald Roberts"
-<donald_roberts_99@hotmail.com> wrote:
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--Studio Recorder works well with any screen reader.  I usually use
--Window-Eyes, but Jaws also works very well with it.
--
--
--Don Roberts
--
--
--On 6/3/2020 4:40 AM, stewartross via groups.io wrote:
--> is studio recorder jaws user friendly?
--> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Donald Roberts"
--> <donald_roberts_99@hotmail.com>
--> To: <all-audio@groups.io>
--> Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2020 7:44 PM
--> Subject: Re: [all-audio] Major problems when attempting to record a
--> stream
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-->
-->> Thank you so much, Georgina, for your prompt response. What you
-->> suggest makes sense. But suggest places to check. For example, I know
-->> how to check sample rates in the various recording programs such as
-->> Total Recorder, GoldWave, and Studio Recorder; but where would I
-->> check sample rate settings in the sound card? When I look at those
-->> settings, all I see are volume, balance, and whether or not to listen
-->> while recording.
-->>
-->>
-->> Thanks.
-->>
-->>
-->> Don Roberts
-->>
-->>
-->> On 6/2/2020 8:23 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
-->>> Hello,
-->>>
-->>> It sounds like you are mixing sample rates. Check that every listing
-->>> matches. whether it be 44,100 or whatever, the hardware can handle.
-->>>
-->>> Regards
-->>>> On 2 Jun 2020, at 04:01, Donald Roberts
-->>>> <donald_roberts_99@hotmail.com> wrote:
-->>>>
-->>>> I have two PCs, each of which is running Windows 10 version 1909. 
-->>>> The HP has the problem, the Dell does not.  I usually use
-->>>> Window-eyes 9.5.4,  but use Jaws 18 when W E encounters an issue,
-->>>> though I am confident this is not relevant to my current issue.
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>> There are times when I wish to record a stream from the internet.
-->>>> So I fire up Total Recorder and set the source selection to stereo
-->>>> mix, having first gone into the sound card settings to make sure
-->>>> that stereo mix is selected.  But when I attempt to record, the
-->>>> sound is recorded but plays back at an extremely accelerated rate
-->>>> of speed.  Yes, I know that Total Recorder has a speed adjustment. 
-->>>> So I make sure that it is in the normal position, and to prove
-->>>> this, I play back a recording which was not made from streaming. 
-->>>> And this test recording plays at a normal speed.
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>> So in order to investigate further, I change to other recorders
-->>>> including Studio Recorder and Gold Wave, all of which exhibit the
-->>>> problem when I attempt to record a stream. There was a recent
-->>>> thread regarding something called Wave Max.  Unfortunately, I paid
-->>>> no attention to this thread but in retrospect wonder if Wave Max
-->>>> might be an issue.
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>> I am hoping that someone on list has encountered this issue and has
-->>>> found a solution.  If so, what is the solution?
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>> Thanks.
-->>>>      Don Roberts
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>>>
-->>> Gena
-->>>
-->>> Call: M0EBP
-->>> DMR ID: 2346259
-->>> Loc: IO83PS
-->>> 73
-->>>
-->>>
-->>>
-->>
-->>
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