[audacity4blind] Recording Skype conversations.

I read somewhere that Audacity could be used to record Skype
conversations. Is this correct? If so how? Does it depend on the
conversation being rooted through the computer's internal sound card?
Is it possible to record both ends of a Skype conversation if they are
being rooted through an external soundcard and external microphone?

All the best,
Sandra.

On 4/28/12, Anders Holmberg <anders@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello!
> Yes you can do that.
> Go to the effects menu and select change tempo.
> WHen selecting this option you will be in a dialog where you can do what
> you want.
> If you have more questions please write and i am willing o help if i can.
> /A
>
> Dave Van Der Molen skrev 2012-04-28 22:05:
>> I'm using Audacity 2.0 with Windows XP Pro.
>>
>> Does anyone know if there's a way to increase the playback speed of a
>> project, while keeping the pitch at normal?  I've set up hotkeys to
>> allow for quicker or slower playback, but the pitch of my voice also
>> gets adjusted, which I don't want.
>>
>> Another thing I'm wondering is how can I increase the speed of a
>> recording and have that speed increase saved so that when it's
>> converted to an MP3, the listener will hear it at the faster speed.
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Dave
>>
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