On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 02:16:04PM -0800, joe wrote:
> On January 2, 2003 09:40 am, John Bleichert wrote:
> > On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, Nathan Kinkade wrote:
> > <snip>
> ,snip>
> >
> > I use Audacity for all of my mixing. I do a lot of the individual
> me too.  except my requirement is to record audio tapes to mp3.
> > In FreeBSD Audacity is the best IMHO. Another great one (much more
> The one missing piece of my knowledge and understanding is to actually 
> do the recording. 
> I've hooked up the tape card to the line-in of the sound  but I can't 
> get the sound to be recorded.  I am getting sound as I can listen to 
> the tapes on the computer.
> What device do I specify for the recording in from the line-in of the 
> sound card using audacity?
> When I use the default /dev/dsp nothing is captured.
> -------------------------------------------------------------
> Joe Sotham
> -------------------------------------------------------------

What are your mixer settings?  Do you have the LineIn configured to
record or just for playback?  Check out the man page for mixer(8) on how
to set an input for recording.  There are also quite a few ports for
various mixer interfaces in /usr/ports/audio.


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