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Exact Audio Copy Question

Robin Frost
 

Hi,

I hope this finds all happy and well.

A while back during a discussion of cd rippers, someone recommended Exact Audio copy. Now that I'm trying it I am left with one burning question that I hope some kind soul will help me figure out.

I am trying to get the program when ripping a cd to create the structure observing the convention of creating artist folder, album title folder into which to place the individual tracks.

Its default configuration is simply ripping the tracks into the currently designated folder.

If anyone could provide the string of code needed to accomplish this and tell me where to put it within the program I'd be very grateful.

I do hope this makes sense.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Take good care.

Robin


Re: Can't record audio on one of my PCs

Hamit Campos
 

Hi Don. First what do you want to record anyways? Cause here's what I did. Dam it this problem has been a thing since Vista. So on to the topic at hand. When I wanted to use the Mike in jack I went to the sound tab and the recording tab as they said. Then you choose mike in. Obviously have 1 plugged in.  Hit applications key. Here in this menu you'll see those show disabled and there's another 1 they didn't tell you about show disconnected devices. I'll say check these as needed but I checked boath. Cause if you don't things like the famous What You hear as SoundBlaster calls it and the oddly named at times either wave out mix or stereo mix things won't show. Those I assume you know are the things where you can have the PC hear itself and record itself. Cause of the blasted RIAA Microsoft made these hard to find and disabled them in Vista. Cause the blasted music lable oligarchs well ya know they want you to buy every blasted CD and make them more rich. Meh that's for off list though my beef with oligarchy. Needless to say I feel ya bruh but do these things and all will be good in your world.

On 11/1/2021 5:57 PM, Donald Roberts wrote:
Sorry for the rather vague subject line, but I have a Windows 10 PC on which I am unable to record audio, regardless of which of the three audio recording
programs I attempt to use. If I attempt to use Total Recorder professional version 8.5, this is the message I get.

There are no real recording devices found.
It is possible that all of the recording devices are disabled in your system.
To enable recording devices:
1. In the Control Panel, go to the Sound item.
2. Click the Recording tab.
3. Right click the background of the tab, and select "Show Disabled Devices".
4. Select an item to be enabled and click Enable.

I am using Jaws 2021 and do not understand what is meant in this T R message which says something about "right click the background of the tab." I know
how to right click, but what is meant by the background of the tab?

When I attempt to record using the Studio Recorder program, I get the message "invalid wave device."

This issue has been a problem ever since I did a clean install of Windows 10, and I don't know how best to deal with it. I talked with someone from Microsoft
disability who truly wanted to help, but she just didn't have a clue.

I would appreciate knowing how other list members would address this issue.

Thanks in advance for feedback.

    Don Roberts





Can't record audio on one of my PCs

Donald Roberts
 

Sorry for the rather vague subject line, but I have a Windows 10 PC on which I am unable to record audio, regardless of which of the three audio recording
programs I attempt to use. If I attempt to use Total Recorder professional version 8.5, this is the message I get.

There are no real recording devices found.
It is possible that all of the recording devices are disabled in your system.
To enable recording devices:
1. In the Control Panel, go to the Sound item.
2. Click the Recording tab.
3. Right click the background of the tab, and select "Show Disabled Devices".
4. Select an item to be enabled and click Enable.

I am using Jaws 2021 and do not understand what is meant in this T R message which says something about "right click the background of the tab." I know
how to right click, but what is meant by the background of the tab?

When I attempt to record using the Studio Recorder program, I get the message "invalid wave device."

This issue has been a problem ever since I did a clean install of Windows 10, and I don't know how best to deal with it. I talked with someone from Microsoft
disability who truly wanted to help, but she just didn't have a clue.

I would appreciate knowing how other list members would address this issue.

Thanks in advance for feedback.

    Don Roberts


Re: Explanation needed

Hamit Campos
 

How about the Newer 8000?It's cheep it's a condencer and it comes with the cable you're talking about.

On 10/30/2021 4:48 PM, Donald Roberts wrote:
Because I am looking to purchase a new or used microphone, I need an explanation so that I know exactly what I am looking for.

First, I do not wish a USB mike, not because I think they aren't good; rather, I hate the fact that as soon as you plug in a USB mike, it seems to change the sound card settings.

I know that some mikes are characterized as not powered meaning I guess that they require power from an external source, presumably from the computer. When we used tape recorders, there apparently was not that distinction, so I assume they did not require external power.

So what I am looking for is a mike with a 3.5 mm. stereo plug which derives its power from the computer and which has good but not excellent high frequency response. I would prefer a microphone rather than a head set.

I am not necessarily looking for recommendations as to what to look for and what to avoid.

Thanks.

Don Roberts





Re: Explanation needed

JOHN RIEHL
 

Hi. I don't have a mic recommendation, but a "powered mic" is one that requires an external power source, not the computer -- such as an amplifier-- for its power.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Donald Roberts
Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2021 4:48 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Explanation needed

Because I am looking to purchase a new or used microphone, I need an explanation so that I know exactly what I am looking for.

First, I do not wish a USB mike, not because I think they aren't good; rather, I hate the fact that as soon as you plug in a USB mike, it seems to change the sound card settings.

I know that some mikes are characterized as not powered meaning I guess that they require power from an external source, presumably from the computer. When we used tape recorders, there apparently was not that distinction, so I assume they did not require external power.

So what I am looking for is a mike with a 3.5 mm. stereo plug which derives its power from the computer and which has good but not excellent high frequency response. I would prefer a microphone rather than a head set.

I am not necessarily looking for recommendations as to what to look for and what to avoid.

Thanks.

Don Roberts


Explanation needed

Donald Roberts
 

Because I am looking to purchase a new or used microphone, I need an explanation so that I know exactly what I am looking for.

First, I do not wish a USB mike, not because I think they aren't good; rather, I hate the fact that as soon as you plug in a USB mike, it seems to change the sound card settings.

I know that some mikes are characterized as not powered meaning I guess that they require power from an external source, presumably from the computer. When we used tape recorders, there apparently was not that distinction, so I assume they did not require external power.

So what I am looking for is a mike with a 3.5 mm. stereo plug which derives its power from the computer and which has good but not excellent high frequency response. I would prefer a microphone rather than a head set.

I am not necessarily looking for recommendations as to what to look for and what to avoid.

Thanks.

Don Roberts


Re: Total recorder question

John Covici
 

I have been using kernel mode filter driver for years. I think those
drivers are for earlier versions of windows, but I am not sure about
that.

On Fri, 29 Oct 2021 18:10:33 -0400,
Donald Roberts wrote:

Total Recorder professional version 8.5 contains three drivers. I
would appreciate knowing how to decide which driver to use.

Thank you.

Don Roberts





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Total recorder question

Donald Roberts
 

Total Recorder professional version 8.5 contains three drivers. I would appreciate knowing how to decide which driver to use.

Thank you.

Don Roberts


Re: re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

Dean Masters
 

Here is the download page where you can get 32 bit or 64 bit or portable versions of the software:

https://anyburn.com/download.php

I have not used the program that much so have not played around to see what the nonlabeled buttons do. I just tabbed around and found that the buttons I needed were labeled. I guess one would have to know the program then hit one of the unlabeled buttons then look around to see what was changed to know what the button did.

Dean

-----Original Message-----
From: stewartross via groups.io
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 1:20 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

hi is there anyway that one can title the buttons which r not titled,? or
could someone write some scrips for this any burn.
can someone provide me with the link for this and also is there a portable
version of it?
all the best from stew
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dean Masters" <dwmasters15@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] re looking for software for burning and ripping
cd's


Anyburn will burn and rip cd's. It is free. It does have some untitled buttons but the ones you need to know are titled.

Dean


-----Original Message-----
From: stewartross via groups.io
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 3:09 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

hi all,
as the subject says,
please can someone give me the names of the aps for burning and ripping all types of cd's,
that r jaws friendly.
thanks alot.
regards from stew.











Re: re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

stewartross
 

hi is there anyway that one can title the buttons which r not titled,? or could someone write some scrips for this any burn.
can someone provide me with the link for this and also is there a portable version of it?
all the best from stew

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dean Masters" <dwmasters15@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's


Anyburn will burn and rip cd's. It is free. It does have some untitled buttons but the ones you need to know are titled.

Dean


-----Original Message-----
From: stewartross via groups.io
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 3:09 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

hi all,
as the subject says,
please can someone give me the names of the aps for burning and ripping all types of cd's,
that r jaws friendly.
thanks alot.
regards from stew.










Re: re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

Dean Masters
 

Anyburn will burn and rip cd's. It is free. It does have some untitled buttons but the ones you need to know are titled.

Dean

-----Original Message-----
From: stewartross via groups.io
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 3:09 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

hi all,
as the subject says,
please can someone give me the names of the aps for burning and ripping all types of cd's,
that r jaws friendly.
thanks alot.
regards from stew.


Re: How To Get To File Asociations In Winamp

Darran Ross
 

Hi Tom.

I'm doing this from memory on a Win 7 machine with the latest incarnation of Winamp, so please excuse me if I sell you a pup here!

With Winamp open you bring up your file menu with alt plus f. Now arrow to Options and right arrow into that and enter on Preferences.
The very top item on that tree should be labelled something like File Types, and if you go in here you should find the settings your after.

Good luck.

Darran

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Kaufman" <tomcat53@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 7:09 AM
Subject: [all-audio] How To Get To File Asociations In Winamp


Hello list: I just had a new computer installed today.well.it's new to me;
anyhow am trying to get to file associations in Winamp as I want it to be
the player I use to play MP3s; I'm just not having any luck! Running
Windows 10 with the latest build for Jaws 2021!

Thanks,

Tom Kaufman



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re looking for software for burning and ripping cd's

stewartross
 

hi all,
as the subject says,
please can someone give me the names of the aps for burning and ripping all types of cd's,
that r jaws friendly.
thanks alot.
regards from stew.


Re: How To Get To File Asociations In Winamp

Yusuf Osman
 

I'm not sure how to do this in Winamp, but another way to achieve the same result is to do a search in the start menu for file and select Choose a default App for each type of file. It might not come up in the search results, but if you select the search in settings result, it should appear. Hit enter on choose default App and tab through the resulting dialogue until you find MP3, press spacebar and in the resulting dialogue locate Winamp and select it. That should do what you want.
Yusuf

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Tom Kaufman
Sent: 25 October 2021 07:10
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] How To Get To File Asociations In Winamp

Hello list: I just had a new computer installed today.well.it's new to me; anyhow am trying to get to file associations in Winamp as I want it to be the player I use to play MP3s; I'm just not having any luck! Running Windows 10 with the latest build for Jaws 2021!

Thanks,

Tom Kaufman



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How To Get To File Asociations In Winamp

Tom Kaufman
 

Hello list: I just had a new computer installed today.well.it's new to me;
anyhow am trying to get to file associations in Winamp as I want it to be
the player I use to play MP3s; I'm just not having any luck! Running
Windows 10 with the latest build for Jaws 2021!

Thanks,

Tom Kaufman



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Re: recommendation for cd burning software

Tom Kaufman
 

Testing.
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Dean Masters
Sent: Tuesday, September 7, 2021 3:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

CDBurnerXP stopped working on my windows 7 machine a few months ago but someone reccomended anyburn which I reallly like. It will even rip cd's as well as burn. and to create a cd you can have the audio files in different formats instead of them having to be in mp3.

Dean


-----Original Message-----
From: JM Casey
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 5:42 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

Sure, but if a person already has Nero, it would make sense to use it. I have Nero 12 on this Windows 10 PC here myself (or is it 11, I haven't actually burned a CD in a while) and still use it. The CD burner at least is certainly accessible.
Looks like the OP will indeed have to find something else though.
Anyburn, perhaps?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: September 7, 2021 05:01 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] recommendation for cd burning software

In my unhumble, Nero has never ever been the best anything, especially when there are no-cost alternatives which, among other things, are a lot more accessible and a lot lighter on system resources. CD Burner XP comes immediately to mind.


On 9/7/2021 4:21 PM, JOHN RIEHL via groups.io wrote:
Hi. a couple of computers ago I had Nero CD Burning rom version 8;
unfortunately it got lost and isn't on my latest computer.

Does anybody have any good recommendations for a program I can use to
burn Cd's and also make my own cd compilation form my own music?

Or is Nero still the best program?















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Re: USB Soundblaster recomendation

Hamit Campos
 

Oh boy oh boy. Well how many channals do you want? Do you just want stereo? Yeah the site can get confusing especially if 1 isn't sure what 1 is going to do with it. Most of these are surround sound. Was looking at them myyself at 1 point but the coolest 1 is PCIE for 1 thing and it's $400 almost. I know not what exactly you listen to and how bit perfect you want. I wanted the mad expensive 1 cause I'm an audio file. I want bit perfect well balanced even with Windows Media Playeer having SRS Wow turned on. So do let us know what you wil do with it.

On 10/16/2021 4:53 AM, Andy via groups.io wrote:
Hi all.

I have a Dell tower with a poor sound card in it. JAWS sounds sluggish on this computer so I was thinking of buying a Creative labs external USB sound card.

I've had many of these, over the years and the sound quality is usually much better than standard internal cards within both Dell and HP. computers.

Wen I go to the Creative Labs webpage I immediately become confused amongst the types and models available.

I remember my old USB card. It was oval shaped and had a large volume switch right on top of the top panel.

I cannot remember it's model name but the sound was very good..

Does anyone know the model I'm talking about, or, can recommend a particular model that will enhance the quality of the music I'm listening to. I don't really mess about . within the options or settings and usually record what I'm hearing through the card with either Total Recorder or Goldwave.

Any advice very much appriciated.


very best wishes.

Andy Logue.


P.S Done any recording over the last 2 years guys. I've done nothing so going to dump all batteries within my recorders.
wishes.

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USB Soundblaster recomendation

Andy
 

Hi all.

I have a Dell tower with a poor sound card in it. JAWS sounds sluggish on this computer so I was thinking of buying a Creative labs external USB sound card.

I've had many of these, over the years and the sound quality is usually much better than standard internal cards within both Dell and HP. computers.

Wen I go to the Creative Labs webpage I immediately become confused amongst the types and models available.

I remember my old USB card. It was oval shaped and had a large volume switch right on top of the top panel.

I cannot remember it's model name but the sound was very good..

Does anyone know the model I'm talking about, or, can recommend a particular model that will enhance the quality of the music I'm listening to. I don't really mess about . within the options or settings and usually record what I'm hearing through the card with either Total Recorder or Goldwave.

Any advice very much appriciated.


very best wishes.

Andy Logue.


P.S Done any recording over the last 2 years guys. I've done nothing so going to dump all batteries within my recorders.
wishes.

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Best Recorder that will Get Around Latency

Tom Kaufman
 

Hello list: I have a little project that I and a friend have been working
on: I want to overdub to a backing track! I tried Audacity, but it doesn't
seem to work on this computer.which is a Windows 7 machine! Now I won't be
using this machine for much longer; fact is, if all goes according to plan,
I'll have a windows 10 machine up-and-running by this time tomorrow night!
With the help of a friend, I found Wave Pad (it does seem to work) problem
is that there is just a bit of latency! Now maybe there's a way around it!
I must tell you that I'm using a USB Mic (someone said that this may cause a
problem) but this is what I have and this really isn't a great time for me
to be spending a whole lot of money! So my question is this: is there a
good recording software that is simple to operate, but will do what I need
it to do.which is to do multi-track recordings? Maybe (with the new
computer) Audacity or Wave Pad would work, but is there a way to beat the
latency problem, short of trying to find another microphone; one that's of
good quality?

Tom Kaufman


Re: Any DVD HD

Hamit Campos
 

Ah thanks. I guess I should have included Red Fox in my google search ha? Because before you could just put in Any DVD HD and wala there it was. Again thanks for your help there friend.

On 10/11/2021 7:13 AM, Tim Grady wrote:
Redfox.bz is still the web site for anydvdhd.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Hamit Campos
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2021 8:26 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Any DVD HD

Hi friends. Do you all have a suggestion of something to use in place of Any DVD HD? Or if it is still a thing can someone please give the link.
I wana extract with DVD Audio Extractor my Sorcerer's stone Blu-Ray. Thanks.










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