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Old 25th February 2015, 08:01 PM   #1
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Default Automate digital recording

I would like to program a WIN-PC to automatically record nine 1-hour events through the week, and on Monday push the 9 files to a web site. Never done anything like this before. My only experience with digital audio is using Audacity for editing existing files. What do I use to digitize an analog signal, and how do I start and stop it? Can I incorporate the built-in Windows Scheduler to run everything? All inputs and ideas are welcome ( ... and needed!). Thanks.

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