Thanks tony, I appreciate the help. Let me check and see if I have the stereo mix option. From: Tony Olivero Sent: Monday, July 23, 2012 7:37 PM To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: recording Jim, You have a couple of options. First, and the easiest. If your soundcard offers a recording source of “What you hear”, “stereo mix” or the like, you can turn your microphone on so it is heard through your headphones and simply select the stereo mix as your recording source. This will pass *all* audio from your soundcard through to your recording. If this is not an option, you can use a program like Virtual Audio Cable (http://software.muzychenko.net/eng/vac.htm). This will allow you to emulate the stereo mix function by “patching” different audio sources into a virtual cable and using the VAC as the source for the recording. In your situation you would have to: · Create a Virtual Audio Cable · Create a repeater to send the output of the VAC to your speakers · Send the JAWS output to a VAC · Create a repeater to send your Mic input to the VAC · Tell Audacity to record from the VAC The difference between the VAC and a repeater is that the repeater “clones” sources that cannot specifically be directed elsewhere. Since there is no way to control where the mic input goes, you would have to “repeat” it onto the VAC. The third option is to use an external mixer. Connect both a microphone and the output from your computer to the board, mix your levels, and send the output back to a line-in (or direct USB if your board supports it). My Mackey has a direct USB connection that allows for either pass-through or non-passthrough audio. If I activate the pass-through switch, any sounds coming through the USB port into the board are also sent back out as part of the recording. This allows the recording and monitoring of JAWS simultaneously, while actually allowing me to silence JAWS on the recording, but still monitor through the mixer if I don’t want *everything* recorded. I would experiment with the VAC solution if you don’t want to invest in external gear. Use the trial of the software and make sure it will meet your needs. Once you purchase it, the “demo” sound that is inserted every few seconds into the VAC will disappear. Hope this helps. Please feel free to ask if you have additional questions. Tony From: jim [mailto:buckeyejim@xxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Monday, July 23, 2012 16:29 To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [audacity4blind] recording I am a beginner in the art of recording audio. How do you record your voice and also Jaws voice with audacity? I have successfully recorded my voice, I would like to record the jaws voice with me. Thank you for any help ahead of time... Jim: I've Learned....That life is like a roll of toilet Paper. The Closer it gets to the end, the faster it goes. God bless: GO BUCKS!!!