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Hi,
I need to record a small audio sample of my voice. I guess Im a finalist for a co host of an online radio type show..and the host wants an audio clip of me...what should I buy or use for this? I've never done this before so I don't know what I'd need
You need two basic things:
  1. Microphone - plugged into functioning microphone or "audio in" port on your computer
  2. Recording software
You might already have #1 if you bought your computer ready-made. (Dell, HP, etc.) It's usually some wimpy, flimsy little wire thing. If not, go buy one. Should be low cost. Big Lots, Walmart, Best Buy, Radio Shack, etc -- everybody should have one. Nothing expensive needed, pay less than $5, maybe $10 at some stores.

You already have SoundForge, based on past conversations.
For anybody else reading this, Audacity is a good freeware option.

That's it.

And good luck.







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