ok, so what is the best way to record a sound clip and get it posted?

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Dr. Tweedbucket, Feb 14, 2008.


  1. Dr. Tweedbucket

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    I can pretty much cram a mic up to the cab and record something, but after that, what format does it have to be in to upload to some site that hosts clips? :confused:

    And what are some of the better sites that do that without making you jump through a bunch of hoops?
     
  2. steven.rogers

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    Most sites require it to be in mp3 format. When I record it's usually imported as a wav file, then I use Audacity (after downloading the LAME mp3 encoder which is a very quick find in google) to change it to mp3.
     
  3. hemlock

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    Soundclick is pretty easy, but there are a few hoops.
     
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  6. Dr. Tweedbucket

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    Cool ! ! Thanks everybody ..... yeah I have a couple things I'd like to play using different amps and such :YinYang
     

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