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Trouble using Smart recorder to record siruis internet radio

Discussion in 'Audio' started by 4thmebcoB, Mar 13, 2007.

  1. 4thmebcoB

    4thmebcoB Member

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    Okay I tried doing what the "help section" in smart recorder said to do but it doesn't show the option under source to choose "what you hear", all I got is mic in,line in,aux,cd audio.What I wanna do is record sirius internet radio so i can listen to it on my Zen vision W that i just recieved.I only have 1 day left on my 3 day free trial for siruis & I dont want to subscribe until i know i can record stuff because I work way too much to sit in front of my computer all day & I want to be able to load shows/music into my mp3 player to listen later.
    Here is what i've got connected to my PC as far as audio equipment & hardware if it helps:

    X-fi Platinum
    Tritton AX 360 headset
    Logitech 230 speaker system
    M-audio USB interface
    Novation X-Station 49 MIDI Controller
    Akai mpc 1000

    Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

    I know its gotta be something stupid & either i'm over looking it or just too dumb to figure it out, thats why I need your help. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. macblob

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    I have been using "What you hear" also. I just figured out how to burn a CD the other day. I have not figured out how to hook up my Stereo receiver to the sound blaster X-Fi as of yet. To hell with DRM's. Do it the old fashion way of getting music off of the radio....Again ancient technology of tape player/recorders are looking better and better everyday. I have found that recording on the internet is okay if you have a fast enough computer. Use tunebite to record DVD's and music from anywhere....It works!
     

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