Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and the Windows XP Sound Recorder
When using your computer to send a song to me,
Please try the sound recorder built into your XP.
It isn't high fidelity, and yet the sound you get
Can serve as an attachment -- you don't need a cassette!
Supercalifragilistic XP sound recorder!
Despite the sixty seconds thing,
You can use it -- sort of!
Just click "effects" and "decrease speed"
Over and yet over! No more sixty second thing! You can keep recording!
It doesn't cost much money. It's easy to afford.
You find it in your start bar, and you have to press record.
But you will need a microphone, as Microsoft makes clear:
If you neglect to use one, the sound card cannot hear!
So please don't go to Wal-Mart, to buy cassette recorders,
I don't believe they carry them, except for special orders.
Just email me your snail mail and I will send a mike,
And you can start recording anything you like!
(c) 2009 Aya Katz
Microsoft Instructions for Using Sound Recorder
Microphones You Can Order Online
Free Downloads: Sound Recorders for XP
Instructions for making the XP sound recorder record indefinitely long files
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