Re: Recording two inputs?
You Realtek software should include a stereo mix. This is the device that
you should be recording from. Right-click the speaker icon in the system
tray and choose recording devices. Is the stereo mix listed? If so, check
the properties and make sure it is set correctly. If not, right-click
below the device list and include disabled and/or disconnected devices, and
see if it's listed. If it's disabled, select Properties and enable it.
Otherwise you may need to install updated drivers or do some device
configuring to get it to work.
MS MVP (Windows - Shell/User)
"camdenchap" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have windows vista that comes with realtek HD audio manager and I'm
> to record two inputs at the same time - I.E an microphone plugged into the
> front mic jack and an electro-acoustic guitar plugged into the line in at
> back of the computer. They are both detected without any problems by the
> realtex audio manager and both record without any problems individually,
> I have to select one or the other as the default device, so cannot get
> recording together. Is there something I'm missing, it doesn't seem to be
> overly complicated thing to do on a powerful new computer - record two
> devies at the same time?