These are ‘general’ questions (I guess)
I’m an amatuer pianist trying to record some CD-Rs for when I’m not around, anymore.
'Using Win XP and Audacity 1.2.6 to record to the Hard Drive and afterwards
export to WMP11 for disc burning.
I did some songs but on playing them (prior to export) the results aren’t too good. For lack of proper terminology, ‘blips’, light static, a little ‘echoey’ sounding (perhaps ‘lost’ or ‘dropped’ material/input??)
My questions abound!!
- Audacity (free) a poor choice?
- WMP 11 a poor choice?
I can also utilize “Nero 7 Essentials” OR “Infrarecorder 0.46” If they are more dependable or EASIER to work with.
Bottom line…I can afford to spend $100 - $200 if necessary, to get a better quality recording. I just don’t want to waste money to get only a very small increase in results.
I’m using Memorex CD-R disks but I also have a bunch of Memorex CR-RWs
I could use if there are no draw backs to using them. (My mic. is very inexpensive but that may not be the ‘main’ factor. Please digest and advise me as to these matters.
Thanks, in advance,
Don from MS.