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February 26, 2007, 9:54 pm
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I used to have a nice Soundblaster Audigy NX and it had an option to
set up sound to be recorded. You could choose line in, mic, and "WHat
you Hear" Worked great---I would use SoundForge to record anything
that Windows Media Player was playing. This sound card died and I am
using my A7N8X on-board audio while in-between sound cards. However,
Soundforge and Windows Sound Recorder don't pick up anything. There is
a slider for Line IN, CD, and video.....but not the one I need, which
I think is "What you Hear". Whats up with that? I tried downloading
the latest audio driver/utility for A7N8X from ASUS, but it didn't
change anything, the mixer is still the same, no "What you Hear"
slider. I s Realtek audio just lacking this feature/capability? Is
it perhaps that the on-board sound isn't duplex, can't record at the
same time as playing?
Re: Realtek AC97 audio won't record PC music.....
The chip could be an ALC650.
Go to page 6. There is a block diagram. You'll need to
turn it sideways, to read it. The Mux at the bottom
of the page, labelled MX1A, has a path called "Stereo Mix".
That is what brings the Lineout signal, back on the "PCM In"
That doesn't explain how to do what you want to do, merely
that the hardware does have a potential way of doing it.