Thank you David. Yes I am aware of that, but in this case it’s not the
issue because jaws  still did not came from as it was supposed to in the
recording. I just get silence. But yes it’s good to note that.

On Tue, 28 Nov 2017 at 22:08, David Bailes <> wrote:

> Hi Aiden,
> you may well already be aware of the following, but I thought it was worth
> checking.
> The stereo mix input provided by the realtek chip allows you to record the
> audio output of the realtek chip. Are you sending any audio to the realtek
> speaker output? The usb headset is a different sound device, so any audio
> sent to your headphones won't be included in the realtek's stereo mix.
> A number of recording programs would allow you to record the output of your
> headphones using wasapi loopback.
> David.
> original message:
> Well, I'm not sure what the content I record have to do with this, the
> point is when stereo mix is active, it should record what it can here.
> I am on a laptop with build in audio realtek and a USB headset. At one
> point it did pick up jaws at least but now its dead silent.
> On 27/11/2017, Michael Amaro <> wrote:
> > are you trying to record off the net?
> >
> > --------------------------------------------------
> > From: "Aidan" <>
> > Sent: Monday, November 27, 2017 7:52 AM
> > To: <>
> > Subject: stereo mix not working on realtech build in soundcard
> >
> >> I have a laptop and so whenever I select the stereo mix option I just
> >> get silents when recording. All the mute are uncheck and volumes up to
> >> 100.
> >>
> >
> >

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