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    Recording to drive

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    Recording to drive
    I'd like to make a short voice recording using my internal microphone and save it to my computer. How can I do this? I thought I did this a few years ago, but can't remember how I did it.

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    Recording to drive
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    Macbook Pro 2.2ghz 2G 15.5" 10.5.2; Iphone 3G
    Do you have Garageband? Quicktime Pro?

    If not.... download a free program called Audacity... Go into preferences and select "built in microphone" if you are talking about an MBP...
    If you are plugging a computer mic then select "built in input".
    Hit record and you should be off and running.

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    Recording to drive

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    Thank you for the info. I tried Garage Band and it worked. I also downloaded Audacity. I think it's better for my purposes.

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