I have an XM reciever giving me a line levin input. I will start with my current level.
If I didn't know what level my line is was, or what level my machine output should be, I'd start with the talking book machine at about one-third and the line input on the computer at about 50 percent.
If there is too much hiss, the player output needs to be brought up, or if it is distorted, you'd start by reducing the device output volume. do this untill you get a clean signal.
Then, you can adjust the computer's recording level, and if appropriate, the master jsound level untill you get the most desirable sound.
Robin----- Original Message ----- From: "Ron or Susan Denis" <rdenis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 5:50 AM Subject: [blindreplay] Re: TALKING BOOKS?
Garry, I'd experiment with levels I think. The problem is that you are dealing with two levels, the machine's output level, and the recording level on the computer. I might use the replay default the first time with the adjust level setting or whatever it's called in the setings section checked. This would allow me to experiment a bit with the output of the talking book player. If satisfactory results weren't easily achieved, then I'd uncheck the item in settings and adjust the record lin-in volume from the windows volume control to find a satisfactory level. I figure that at most I'd have to make about a half dozen 1 minute recordings and would have a final standard that would fit most books. Understand that this is all speculative on my part as I don't now record books to the computer. I have more books already downloaded and waiting to be read for me to have to add to the list. RD--To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subjectTo contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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