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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by dwp63, Jun 18, 2009.
What is the cheapest way to record and listen to your practicing?
lol, Window's Sound Recorder + a base mic / headset mic.
I've used both before, and that audio quality actually isn't all that bad. However, if you don't have a microphone at all, try playing into the left speaker while having them plugged into the microphone jack (and the program running, of course). Speakers aren't both speakers, the left duals as a semi-recorder. Try it. ^^
Get a cheap boombox from Goodwill or the like that has recording capablities, preferably in stereo. I have an old Realistic stereo box I got from a sale for $3 and have recorded many decent sounding cassettes. My wife accompanies many S & E students and uses it to record their pieces at various stages , for their teacher's review. Works great with good fidelity. Most will have auto matic level control for recording.
I bought a small digital recorder from Radio Shack. $30
record a video or sound clip on your cell phone if you have one. that's what I do.
I just take my regular digital camera and record, it works very well.
I down loaded " audacity" for free on the internet and with a cheap mic that came with my computer, it works fine for me.
yep, audacity is the way to go, nice free sound program...