Well I have a mac, and there is a built in quicktime player. It lets you record screenplay, and audio at the same time. If you are using a PC, there are a lot of screen records that are downloadable online.
by Adam M. Hanson 5 years ago
What's the best way to record Xbox gameplay?I'm strongly considering starting to record some of my game-play and uploading them as Let's Plays. However, I know virtually nothing about how to go about this. What are some different options that I can try to capture game-play, preferably...
by JT 5 years ago
Is a mic a necessity for recording gameplay with commentary?
by Kenneth Wayne 7 years ago
Anybody have any suggestions for a record label? I've got a few in mind but was trying to come up with something different that hopefully isn't in use already. Thanks!
by jmaddick 8 years ago
Is there a way I can play back digital audio records, repeatedly pausing the audio record and...inserting my own verbal comments into the record? I can't find software which allows me to do this easily.
by 6 String Veteran 8 years ago
...indeed they never fully went away. What are your thoughts about this?It is said that vinyl records of the 1950s have never been beaten, sound-wise...and that digital formats such as CDs / MP3s, etc., sound "flat" in comparison.Do you agree or disagree?6SV
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
Are vinyl records making a comeback?I heard a year or two ago that vinyl was making a comeback but haven't heard much since then.
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