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{{intro|Recording your voice or a sound effect is usually fun and easy.  But if you want to get the best transfer of a tape or LP to your computer, or record your garage band, you'll find that recording can be more difficult than it first appears.  The pages listed here contains some tips.|}}
{{intro|The key contents of this page have been transferred to the User Section's [[Audacity Wiki Home Page#tips|Tips and Troubleshooting]] section. }}
'''Related pages:'''
[[General Recording Tips]]
'''Necessities for a good recording to computer:'''
*[[Hardware influence on recording quality|Appropriate hardware]] for the quality you want to record at - including sound devices, connecting cables, microphones... 
*[[Updating Sound Device Drivers|Appropriate, up-to-date drivers]] for your hardware, especially your sound device     
*[[Managing Computer Resources and Drivers|Properly managed computer resources]] - you need sufficient processing power to record the waveform without dropouts or skips
*[[Recording levels|Testing the input level]] before you record for real
* [[Troubleshooting Recordings]] - identifying symptoms of recording problems and fixing them
* [[Connecting your Equipment]] - connections to HI-FI, radios and other sources
* [[Improving Recording Quality]]
* [[Reducing noise]]
* [[Synchronizing Tracks]]
* [[Removing Artifacts]]
* [[Speech Recording]]
* [[Recording from Cassette]]
* [[Multichannel Recording]]
* [[TimedRecording|Timed Recording]]
* Some basic hints on how to set up a [[Ad Hoc Recording Studio]]
* Choosing the most appropriate [[Sample Rates|Sample Rate]] and [[Bit Depth]]
'''Related Tutorials:'''
[[Transferring tapes and records to computer or CD]]

Latest revision as of 14:26, 18 April 2018

The key contents of this page have been transferred to the User Section's Tips and Troubleshooting section.