Vista is Not Soundcard Recording Friendly

vbimport

#1

Vista is Not Soundcard Recording Friendly

Just a note to mention to hold onto your Windows XP computers. Seems Vista is not soundcard record friendly. Worse yet, there might not be a easy way around it. Some of your recording programs may not work and it seems that Vista was designed to be this way.

http://www.applian.com/support-vista.php

Recording with Audacity? read this. This person cannot record using Audacity with his Vista system.

http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=276341

Another person had some luck with enabling soundcard recording, another did not.

http://www.downloadsquad.com/2007/01/15/how-to-enable-wave-out-recording-in-vista/

Here no solution was found.

Vista disables devices.

http://www.techworld.com/opsys/news/index.cfm?newsid=7675

Just be aware if you buy a Vista computer, and some functions cannot be done as it was with your Windows XP computer, you’ll know why. Just be aware.


#2

I cant agree with u. I’ve been using Crystal MP3 Recorder for recording my own songs on Vista. It worked fine for me, so I cant believe that Vista is Not Soundcard Recording Friendly.:disagree:


#3

Total Recorder is a good choice too. It creates a ‘Virtual Sondcard’ that’ll capture 'bout anything, even faster than realtime sometimes.


#4

I’ve been having issues with my Sony acid Pro too … keeps losing my midi controller everytime I fire it up I have to show SOny where the midi port is again… amongst other issues…