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I need help with outputting a combined MP3 track.

Discussion in 'Audio' started by EFFEDUP, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. EFFEDUP

    EFFEDUP Member

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    I need help with outputting a combined MP3 track.

    I have a few programs that I have been trying to setup sound FX with.
    I am combining Thunder sounds with Eerie Halloween music and other FX such as heartbeats wolves howling etc…

    I currently have 5 players going at once, but was hoping to make a single CD.

    I have successfully setup a Sountrack, but have no way to record it.

    When I hit the record it plays fine but the recording has no sound, is there a way to output the combined tracks

    I am using Mix Pad Audio Mixer

    http://pcwin.com/Audio/MixPad_Audio_Mixer/index.htm

    Any Ideas how to Capture the playback, I am desperate at this point I have 2 days left to figure this out
     
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    olyteddy Regular member

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    Instead of having 5 players going at once, just put all the tracks in your mixing software. Adjust the timelines, mix and output. If the one you bought for $38 can't do it, try Audacity. Always free.
     
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    Tried Audacity, but still no way to record the mix any ideas.
    It says something about downloading LAME because MP3'S are a copyrighted file type??
     
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    (L)ame (A)in't a (M)P3 (E)ncoder. That said, yes you will need LAME to output to MP3. It is an open source workaround.
     
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    Figured it out.
    Used Audacity and their tutorial, thanks again.
     

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