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Re: Adding Audio to a file in Goldwave

Darran Ross
 

You need control plus e to place your second clip at the end of the first.

Darran

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Subject: [all-audio] Adding Audio to a file in Goldwave


Hi. Here's what I'm unsuccessfully trying to do:

I've extracted audio frrm a larger file and used the control-P command to
put that audio segment into a separate window. I move to that window and go
to the end of the audio segment, where I want to add some more audio. I then
go back to the larger file and extract another segment and copy it to the
clipboard, then go back to my second window and place the copied segment at
the end of the previous segment.
That's what I want to do, anyway; I can't figure out how to do it. I tried
pressing the right bracket (the finish marker) at the end of the first
segment in the second window then hitting control-f. GW placed the second
segment at the beginning, not the end, of the first segment.
How do I do what I'm trying to do?
Hope this was clear.
Thanks. John Riehl





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Adding Audio to a file in Goldwave

JOHN RIEHL
 

Hi. Here's what I'm unsuccessfully trying to do:

I've extracted audio frrm a larger file and used the control-P command to
put that audio segment into a separate window. I move to that window and go
to the end of the audio segment, where I want to add some more audio. I then
go back to the larger file and extract another segment and copy it to the
clipboard, then go back to my second window and place the copied segment at
the end of the previous segment.
That's what I want to do, anyway; I can't figure out how to do it. I tried
pressing the right bracket (the finish marker) at the end of the first
segment in the second window then hitting control-f. GW placed the second
segment at the beginning, not the end, of the first segment.
How do I do what I'm trying to do?
Hope this was clear.
Thanks. John Riehl


Increasing the Speed of a WAV File

Darran Ross
 

Hi list.

I've got a folder of wav files that I'd like to increase the speed of without effecting the pitch.

Can anyone recommend a program to do same?

Thanks to anyone who can help.

Darran


Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Don,

Have you tried changing the sample rate within the app you are using? Looking back, I see the problem is that it is recording too many samples. So do a test recording at half the sample rate. I mainly use a Mac and would use Amadeus to play such a recording and adjust the sample rate. I have no idea how you would do that on Windows? If you have kept any of the recordings you could use them to troubleshoot.

Good luck

On 3 Jun 2020, at 17:32, Donald Roberts <donald_roberts_99@...> wrote:

No, I haven't nailed it yet. My next door neighbor can't get back here from Hawaii because of the lockdown. He is a computer genius and will probably make short work of this.


Don Roberts


On 6/3/2020 7:53 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Don,

Did you nail your problem?

Gena

On 3 Jun 2020, at 15:40, Donald Roberts <donald_roberts_99@...> wrote:

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 <http://groups.io/> wrote:
is studio recorder jaws user friendly?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Donald Roberts" <donald_roberts_99@... <mailto:donald_roberts_99@...>>
To: <all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>>
Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2020 7:44 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Major problems when attempting to record a stream


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@...> 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



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Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Donald Roberts
 

No, I haven't nailed it yet.  My next door neighbor can't get back here from Hawaii because of the lockdown.  He is a computer genius and will probably make short work of this.


Don Roberts

On 6/3/2020 7:53 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Don,

Did you nail your problem?

Gena

On 3 Jun 2020, at 15:40, Donald Roberts <donald_roberts_99@...> wrote:

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 <http://groups.io/> wrote:
is studio recorder jaws user friendly?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Donald Roberts" <donald_roberts_99@... <mailto:donald_roberts_99@...>>
To: <all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>>
Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2020 7:44 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Major problems when attempting to record a stream


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@...> 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
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Gena

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Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Don,

Did you nail your problem?

Gena

On 3 Jun 2020, at 15:40, Donald Roberts <donald_roberts_99@...> wrote:

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 <http://groups.io/> wrote:
is studio recorder jaws user friendly?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Donald Roberts" <donald_roberts_99@... <mailto:donald_roberts_99@...>>
To: <all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>>
Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2020 7:44 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Major problems when attempting to record a stream


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@...> 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




Gena

Call: M0EBP
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Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Donald Roberts
 

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@...>
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


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@...> 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

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Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

stewartross
 

is studio recorder jaws user friendly?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Donald Roberts" <donald_roberts_99@...>
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


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@...> 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



Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

I am surprised in TR you are using the stereo mix, I do not for live
streams, I capture the sound off the stream by using background recording.

Then, again, what live streams are you taking?

I can supply you with direct links for all the BBC streams plus a few others
such as The Ride Radio Etc.

Do you know how to use TR's background recording function?

I use it extensively and can take about five streams on the same machine
together and none interfere with each other, maybe I could have more, think
this is rather dependent on my broadband capabilities.

I can have them all set to background mode, meaning I don't hear the
streams, I can go into any and play as it records, stopping play leaves play
at the stop point and resuming picks up. You can wind back or forward but
when you meet the point of recording, play goes back to the start.

If you want more info, please come back privately to me at:

colin@...

I've been using TR now for about ten or maybe even more years, my current
version is V8.3Pro, I do have V8.6Pro but being happy with the older one,
not installed it yet. I use TR on my old WXP laptop and my W7 desktop.

On Mon, 1 Jun 2020 20:01:51 -0700, "Donald Roberts"
<donald_roberts_99@...> 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
-
-
-


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Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Don,

Dependent upon the driver. so it may be as part of the driver properties. Mixers and interfaces may have a ASIO driver so windows has a control panel item. Most of which are not accessible. I am guessing you will need to explore the device manager and look through the tabs of the driver.

HTH


On 2 Jun 2020, at 19:44, Donald Roberts <donald_roberts_99@...> wrote:

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@...> 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


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Donald Roberts
 

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@...> 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



Re: Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Georgina Joyce
 

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@...> 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


Major problems when attempting to record a stream

Donald Roberts
 

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


PC recording problem

Donald Roberts <donald_roberts_99@...>
 

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.


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


Re: On Mics again

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

Well they talk about headphones in the video, why don’t you watch it. Free earphones that come with the phone are not liked.

But what for? Best for music or evaluations of voice and music? This thread is about assessing microphones. So you would want a good flat pair. Where as if you want them to listen to music dependent upon what kind of music you would want to use them for. You would want some headphones that are engineered for that purpose.

Like mics, you can spend all kinds of silly money. Podcastage did mention the good old Sony 7506.

Ask yourself:

How much do I want to spend?
What do I want to use them for?
What are my comfort requirements?

Good luck.

Regards,
On 30 May 2020, at 16:11, stewartross via groups.io <stewartross=sky.com@groups.io> wrote:

don't no if this on the list
what is the best headphones and mic to get for an i fone 8?
from stew
----- Original Message ----- From: "Georgina Joyce" <gena@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, May 30, 2020 3:42 PM
Subject: [all-audio] On Mics again


Hello All,

Having just watched a booth Junky video where he points out that a phone microphone is probably good enough and money should be spent on deadening audio reflections rather than a mic. In respect of voice recording. He refers to another video about reviewing mics by Curtis Jud and Bandrew Scott from Podcastage. You might agree with me a well worth listen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pMS6UOGYl4

All the best

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
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Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Re: On Mics again

stewartross
 

don't no if this on the list
what is the best headphones and mic to get for an i fone 8?
from stew

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Subject: [all-audio] On Mics again


Hello All,

Having just watched a booth Junky video where he points out that a phone microphone is probably good enough and money should be spent on deadening audio reflections rather than a mic. In respect of voice recording. He refers to another video about reviewing mics by Curtis Jud and Bandrew Scott from Podcastage. You might agree with me a well worth listen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pMS6UOGYl4

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On Mics again

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello All,

Having just watched a booth Junky video where he points out that a phone microphone is probably good enough and money should be spent on deadening audio reflections rather than a mic. In respect of voice recording. He refers to another video about reviewing mics by Curtis Jud and Bandrew Scott from Podcastage. You might agree with me a well worth listen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pMS6UOGYl4

All the best

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Re: Microphones for Zoom

Andy
 

Hi Hamit.

What is the RWP list? If Neil is a contributor, then I'd love to join that list.

Dou know the subscribe address:

Very best wishes.

Andy.

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Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2020 1:40 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Microphones for Zoom


Hello Hamit,

What are we talking about now? Has Neil done a review of the Zoom F6? Or is that what he is in the process of doing?

Thanks,


On 28 May 2020, at 01:19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

I don't think so. He said on the RWP list that he got 1 and that he was playing aroun with it. Now as a side note to that there's a part of his website the articles part that is being re-done apparently. So maybe that too is playing into why he hasn't done 1 yet.

On 5/27/2020 3:57 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Has he done a review of the zoom f6?


On 5/27/2020 3:48 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Hamit,

Neil’s reviews are so professional and he is usually word perfect. So he probably edited the file.

Regards,

On 27 May 2020, at 18:53, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Na. Though I wander now that my nephew Jonathan knows how if perhaps we should build the next 1. I got that GPU because I wanted to make the Enspiron play Blu-Ray disks. But back to your point though Okay fair enough and you admited it on the file you didn't set the NT1 up in the best way. Perhaps the traffic was a bit off accice. But meh it wasn't bad or rather it wasn't so bad where you weren't able to give me the answer I wanted. I kind of did get what I wanted to know. This however is why I'd love to go to B&H Photo Video to try stuff out myself. Yes they have some of the stuff out in the open so you can look at it and I presume try it. They had the 44-T once. Now according to Curtis Jud kinda replaced by the new 833.I know you keep asking about the processing Neal did on the reviews. Fair question. I do know he does pump stuff up if need be or not if he wants to show how quiet something might turn out. I didn't think he'd do stuff like compressing limiting or anything to give the recording a studio touch if you will. As mostly he was showing the recorders to BCT listeners who may just want to record on the thing than upload to Larry's sifvr. Sure some including myself would perhaps use a DAW but there were lots that seemed not to.

On 5/27/2020 1:43 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Hamit,

I would not also count my attempt really. I just put the stuff there with no care or effort. I would hope I have learnt a little more now. It’s all good fun though.

So you build computers?

Regards,
On 27 May 2020, at 18:23, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Ah that's right you have the newer 1 too. Yes you do make a fair point. I've not heard the thing truely for my self. Only on Neal and well yes you on that demo you made for me of yours out side. What's more to be even more fair and honest the 744-T demos as they were on Blind Cool Tech were most likely 192 KBPS MP3. That on it's own scrwews with the recordings. I love oranges by the way. lol Na but on a serious note something like that did happen. I bought a Radeon HD 4650 GPU as far as I knew with HDMI. But what was it that came? Not what I ordered. lol Dell sent 1 without HDMI and oops too power hungry for the Enspiron 530S I was gona put it in.

On 5/27/2020 1:13 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Hamit,

I have the mic and know how it sounds with my voice. I am able to record and test if I wanted.

Now listening to demos of recorders are a different thing.

If you asked for an apple but I passed you an orange would you be happy?

regards,

On 27 May 2020, at 16:31, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Ah if you haven't you should hear the H6 demo on a real good speaker system. If someone can grab you the LS-100 demo this would be so epic as this was the latest demo where Neal showed the NT1-A on his $4000 Sound-Devices 744-T recorder. Pure gloriousness. Sounds like stuff from the center channal of a film.

On 5/27/2020 11:25 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Andy,

Hamit, seems to hold them in great esteem. I purchased mine from Amazon for £109. They are a cheap mic. In fact, the shock mount is probably the most expensive part of the package. Mine was called the speech pack. Which you get the mic, shock-mount and cable. It didn’t sound like that guy was selling it boxed and with the proper shock-mount. I thought it was a bit expensive.. Make sure it is the proper shock-mount as the mic has a strange base which would make a third party mount not function properly.

HTH



On 27 May 2020, at 16:03, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Sorry can't help much as I'm not sure how much 75 brit pounds is in dolars. Well actually let me ask Siri. Ah 91 bucks. It's an XLR mike Andy. Dude take it. I would if I could contact the guy. I don't know why 91 bucks for a $300 mike. But take it it's practically a gift. Maybe he just wants to rid himself of it for what ever reason. But yeah I said $600 for a factory electronically matched stereo pare of them. Meh something to do with faze matching and geeky audio file stuff which we could go into if you are interested. Don't wana geek out on ya if geekyness ain't your thing. But yeah dude take it it's a gift. Now remember it's only 1 so it's mono, but I'm just saying take it because the person is practically giving it away. I'd buy it if it were me. But here's something else to be carefull of. How good is this NT1-A? Do you know the person? How long has he had it? If you know it to be in good working order than yeah dude grabb it. It's my favorite of Neal's mics.

On 5/27/2020 9:53 AM, Andy via groups.io <http://groups.io/> wrote:

Hi Hamit and Gena.

There is a guy over here in the UK selling a Road NT1 A microphone for £75.00

Is this the same microphone recently discussed on this list and if so, why so inexpensive?

Hamit suggested that a factory set, whatever that is, would cost him about £600.00

Also, is theNT1 a USB or an XLR microphone?

As I'd bee wanting it for both of my Zooms, USB is no good.

Very best wishes.

Andy.

----- Original Message ----- From: "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:29 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Microphones for Zoom


Ah hahahahahaaha. So it wasn't you that mentioned the H1N in the thread about the sound markers then? Which by the way I did play arround with. Yeah like you said it adds a beep at the begining and end if you set it to do so of the file. I just don't understand how they help line up the Zoom audio with the DSLR video.

On 5/26/2020 5:23 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello hamit,

Have you brought me a present and not told me? I haven’t received it yet? How exciting I haven’t seen a H1N before. LOL What a generous young man you are! LOL!

<Smiles>

Gena


On 26 May 2020, at 21:06, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

H1N
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Re: Microphones for Zoom

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Hamit,

What are we talking about now? Has Neil done a review of the Zoom F6? Or is that what he is in the process of doing?

Thanks,


On 28 May 2020, at 01:19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

I don't think so. He said on the RWP list that he got 1 and that he was playing aroun with it. Now as a side note to that there's a part of his website the articles part that is being re-done apparently. So maybe that too is playing into why he hasn't done 1 yet.

On 5/27/2020 3:57 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Has he done a review of the zoom f6?


On 5/27/2020 3:48 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Hamit,

Neil’s reviews are so professional and he is usually word perfect. So he probably edited the file.

Regards,

On 27 May 2020, at 18:53, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Na. Though I wander now that my nephew Jonathan knows how if perhaps we should build the next 1. I got that GPU because I wanted to make the Enspiron play Blu-Ray disks. But back to your point though Okay fair enough and you admited it on the file you didn't set the NT1 up in the best way. Perhaps the traffic was a bit off accice. But meh it wasn't bad or rather it wasn't so bad where you weren't able to give me the answer I wanted. I kind of did get what I wanted to know. This however is why I'd love to go to B&H Photo Video to try stuff out myself. Yes they have some of the stuff out in the open so you can look at it and I presume try it. They had the 44-T once. Now according to Curtis Jud kinda replaced by the new 833.I know you keep asking about the processing Neal did on the reviews. Fair question. I do know he does pump stuff up if need be or not if he wants to show how quiet something might turn out. I didn't think he'd do stuff like compressing limiting or anything to give the recording a studio touch if you will. As mostly he was showing the recorders to BCT listeners who may just want to record on the thing than upload to Larry's sifvr. Sure some including myself would perhaps use a DAW but there were lots that seemed not to.

On 5/27/2020 1:43 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Hamit,

I would not also count my attempt really. I just put the stuff there with no care or effort. I would hope I have learnt a little more now. It’s all good fun though.

So you build computers?

Regards,
On 27 May 2020, at 18:23, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Ah that's right you have the newer 1 too. Yes you do make a fair point. I've not heard the thing truely for my self. Only on Neal and well yes you on that demo you made for me of yours out side. What's more to be even more fair and honest the 744-T demos as they were on Blind Cool Tech were most likely 192 KBPS MP3. That on it's own scrwews with the recordings. I love oranges by the way. lol Na but on a serious note something like that did happen. I bought a Radeon HD 4650 GPU as far as I knew with HDMI. But what was it that came? Not what I ordered. lol Dell sent 1 without HDMI and oops too power hungry for the Enspiron 530S I was gona put it in.

On 5/27/2020 1:13 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Hamit,

I have the mic and know how it sounds with my voice. I am able to record and test if I wanted.

Now listening to demos of recorders are a different thing.

If you asked for an apple but I passed you an orange would you be happy?

regards,

On 27 May 2020, at 16:31, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Ah if you haven't you should hear the H6 demo on a real good speaker system. If someone can grab you the LS-100 demo this would be so epic as this was the latest demo where Neal showed the NT1-A on his $4000 Sound-Devices 744-T recorder. Pure gloriousness. Sounds like stuff from the center channal of a film.

On 5/27/2020 11:25 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Andy,

Hamit, seems to hold them in great esteem. I purchased mine from Amazon for £109. They are a cheap mic. In fact, the shock mount is probably the most expensive part of the package. Mine was called the speech pack. Which you get the mic, shock-mount and cable. It didn’t sound like that guy was selling it boxed and with the proper shock-mount. I thought it was a bit expensive.. Make sure it is the proper shock-mount as the mic has a strange base which would make a third party mount not function properly.

HTH



On 27 May 2020, at 16:03, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Sorry can't help much as I'm not sure how much 75 brit pounds is in dolars. Well actually let me ask Siri. Ah 91 bucks. It's an XLR mike Andy. Dude take it. I would if I could contact the guy. I don't know why 91 bucks for a $300 mike. But take it it's practically a gift. Maybe he just wants to rid himself of it for what ever reason. But yeah I said $600 for a factory electronically matched stereo pare of them. Meh something to do with faze matching and geeky audio file stuff which we could go into if you are interested. Don't wana geek out on ya if geekyness ain't your thing. But yeah dude take it it's a gift. Now remember it's only 1 so it's mono, but I'm just saying take it because the person is practically giving it away. I'd buy it if it were me. But here's something else to be carefull of. How good is this NT1-A? Do you know the person? How long has he had it? If you know it to be in good working order than yeah dude grabb it. It's my favorite of Neal's mics.

On 5/27/2020 9:53 AM, Andy via groups.io <http://groups.io/> wrote:

Hi Hamit and Gena.

There is a guy over here in the UK selling a Road NT1 A microphone for £75.00

Is this the same microphone recently discussed on this list and if so, why so inexpensive?

Hamit suggested that a factory set, whatever that is, would cost him about £600.00

Also, is theNT1 a USB or an XLR microphone?

As I'd bee wanting it for both of my Zooms, USB is no good.

Very best wishes.

Andy.

----- Original Message ----- From: "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:29 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Microphones for Zoom


Ah hahahahahaaha. So it wasn't you that mentioned the H1N in the thread about the sound markers then? Which by the way I did play arround with. Yeah like you said it adds a beep at the begining and end if you set it to do so of the file. I just don't understand how they help line up the Zoom audio with the DSLR video.

On 5/26/2020 5:23 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello hamit,

Have you brought me a present and not told me? I haven’t received it yet? How exciting I haven’t seen a H1N before. LOL What a generous young man you are! LOL!

<Smiles>

Gena


On 26 May 2020, at 21:06, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

H1N
Gena

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