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Take Control of Audio Hijack by Kirk McElhearn

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Capture Many Types of Audio

Before delving into this chapter, it’s a good idea to read the previous chapter, Make a Basic Recording, to learn how to set up a session and record with it while starting, pausing, splitting, and stopping. In that chapter, I looked at how to record from the Web.

In this chapter, I’ll cover more types of sessions as I explain how to record from a microphone, how to capture voice chats (such as with Skype of FaceTime), and how to record system audio, as well as how to record audio from DVDs, LPs, and cassettes.

Record from a Microphone

If you want to capture audio from a microphone, start with one of Audio Hijack’s simplest sessions, the Input Device session. The default Input Device session, which you can see in ...

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