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Recording voice messages with Audacity

I tried to search community, but cannot find an answer.

I remember making my messages with Audacity before with my radiosport headset connected to 6600, but could not do it today, Can someone remind me what am I missing. I want to record audio messages on PC and play them with Macro's in N1MM or other log program.

But also tried other options without luck. I tested recording with external USB microphone and it is recoding fine as soon as I choose USB microphone, but sound is not very clear and I would like to use the same microphone for messages as for playback.

Thanks,

Sergey, KN7K

Comments

  • K2KXKK2KXK Ken Member ✭✭

    Hi Sergio. I use Audacity for the same purpose but I do it directly on the pc either by plugging in a usb mic or my Heil headset into the computer. Obviously, this software is overkill for the purpose but I haven’t found anything simpler.

  • Larry _ W8LLLLarry _ W8LLL Member ✭✭✭

    Your doing it correctly just make sure the MIC Stream is turned on in the DAX control panel.




  • Sergey KN7KSergey KN7K Member ✭✭

    Ah, I forgot about Mic Stream button, will add screenshots to my "How to" collection,

    Thanks guys for a quick reply

    Sergey, KN7K

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