Recording My Guitar Lessons?

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by emjee, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. emjee

    emjee Member

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    Hello-
    I am brand new to the world of digital recording. I teach guitar, and I would like to be able to record a lesson (usually about a half hour) and then post it to a website so he can listen to it when he gets home. Is there a website that allows free posting of WAV. files? Or is there a way to email him the file? Every time I try to email anyone a sound file my email program hangs and eventually gives me "Program not responding click "End Now" to end program". ANY help would be very much appreciated!! Thanks!
    Matt
     
  2. steven.rogers

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    I know you can upload .wav files to www.putfile.com (you have to make an account) off the top of my head. I think it's going to take a while pretty much any way you do it, though, because .wav files are pretty big.

    And just as a side note, recording lessons is a great idea. I've been recording my lessons for about two months now and it's really helpful to listen back to them.
     
  3. Ooogie

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    Unless you really need the quality of a wave file it would be much better to convert to MP3 before posting, sending or whatever method you choose. Wave files tend to be huge and compression to a smaller file size is the big advantage of MP3...

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