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  1. 1. How to enable “stereo mix” in window 7 (to record audio” Name: Pich Karona Peou CS 101 Section 3 Department: Business Administration 19.01.2013
  2. 2. How to enable “stereo mix” in window 7 (to record audio• Ever need to record something on your computer exactly as it comes out of your speakers? Enabling “Stereo Mix” will let you do exactly that, and here’s how to do it.• Nowadays, most sound cards have the ability to record whatever is being output. The only hang-up is accessing that recording channel, which can be done rather easily.
  3. 3. Enable stereo mix• Go down to the audio icon in your system tray, right- click it, and go to “Recording Devices” to open up the proper settings pane.
  4. 4. Enable stereo mix• In the pane, right-click on a blank area, and make sure both “View Disabled Devices” and “View Disconnected Devices” options are checked. You should see a “Stereo Mix” option appear.
  5. 5. Enable stereo mix• Right-click on “Stereo Mix” and click “Enable” to be able to use it.
  6. 6. I still don’t see it…• In some cases, your audio chipset drivers aren’t helping your cause. Most likely, this is because they’re outdated. In other instances, however, it’s because the newest Windows 7 drivers don’t support this feature. This was the case on my Asus Eee PC (a 1000HE), but I got around the issue by downloading and installing the older Windows XP/Vista drivers for my audio chipset. As always, before changing your drivers, make sure create a system restore point in case things don’t go as planned.
  7. 7. How do I use this?• With “Stereo Mix” enabled, you can open up your favorite recording program and select that instead of your microphone before you record. If you don’t see the option, or your program doesn’t give you the ability to change the recording device, you can disable or unplug your microphone and make “Stereo Mix” the default recording device.
  8. 8. Finally• This works well for when you want to capture audio for a screen-sharing session, or record audio from streaming sources – such as live web-casts – that don’t necessarily allow you to download content immediately.

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