The Stereo mix feature of your computer sound card makes it possible to record any sound coming out of speakers, in other words you can intercept any sound produced in the Operating System and save it into a file of the assigned format somewhere on your hard disk. AVS Audio Recorder will help you realize this quickly and easily especially if you stick to the steps of the guide.
Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the AVSAudioRecorder.exe file and follow the installation wizard instructions.
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Run the AVS Audio Recorder executable using the desktop shortcut or the Programs section of the Start menu. Drop down the Input Device list and choose the Stereo Mix option.
Now decide which audio format the recorded sound should be saved to and choose it in the Recording format section:
Press the Browse button:
and specify a folder to store the recorded sound in:
Click the Start Recording button of AVS Audio Recorder and initiate a sound in the system that is supposed to be recorded (e.g. load a stream player). To cancel the recording press the Stop Recording button:
To play the resulting file(s) straight away, click button of the AVS Audio Recorder built-in player:
If you want to edit your recorded audio or convert it to some other format use one of the following buttons: