Thread: Recording A Radio Concert
12-13-2006, 07:39 AM #1eyecatcherGuestRecording A Radio Concert
My son is in a Christmas concert and would like to record it on my new mac,is this possible ?? It`s the new 24 inch desk top mac.thanks
- 12-13-2006, 09:09 AM #2
Yes it is entirely possible. You said it is a "radio concert".. Can you play the concert through your Mac? If so, use a program like Wire Tap Pro or one like Radio Lover.. There are quite a few that will do the job of recording any audio that is being played through the computers sound system.
If you can't actually play the concert through the computer then you will need a mic to record with and use a program like audicity or Amadeus to record and edit with.iMac Retnia 5K 27" 10.14 Mojave i7 4.2GHZ Quad-Core 16 GB 8GB video ram
1TB Internal SSD 4TB USB3 External
MacBook Pro Retina 13" 2.7GHZ i5 8 GB ram 121 GB Flash Internal 2TB USB3
12-16-2006, 03:45 PM #3
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- PowerBook G4, 1.5ghz, 512Mb RAM, 60gig HDD, DVD/CDR, OS 10.4.8
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you'd like to record it on your computer? as in, at the venue? while he's playing? You'd have to take your Mac to the place where he's playing the concert, and set up a microphone or two and record into a bit of software like GarageBand, Logic, or something similar.
Can you explain 'Radio Concert' please.
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