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Bob Cavanaugh

Hi all,

Can someone please help me out here? The first machine I tried this on is a Dell Inspiron 3542 laptop with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and latest Audacity, connected to the home network via WiFi. The next computer I tried it on was an older HP desktop, Windows 7 Home Premium, not sure of the exact model of the computer or version of Audacity, 2.0.6 I believe, whatever the latest version as of end of August 2014 was. This computer is the only thing other than the printer wired directly into the network.

The issue is that I tell Audacity to record for a length of time, usually two hours or more, then walk away, shutting the speakers off so I’m not monitoring, though I do check in periodically. Although a friend has told me that one of the internet streams I’m trying to record doesn’t time out, I haven’t tested this out myself. The other two streams, only one of which I’ve tested with my desktop, I’m sure don’t time out. The only common thread seems to be Audacity recording, using Stereo Mix in both cases. Can anyone tell me how to resolve this issue? I’ve gone so far as to reset Audacity preferences and run CCleaner fairly deeply on the laptop, none of which helped in any way except to cause the fan to not rev up to full speed during recording.

Bob


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Re: two different setups, same issue

Dave-211
Hi Bob
not quite sure what the problem is ,it sounds to be working BUT do remember that you are recording at 32 bit for 2 hours I assume the disc has enough room ????
    THANKYOU DAVE-211
 
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2016 2:54 PM
Subject: [Audacity-users] two different setups, same issue
 

Hi all,

Can someone please help me out here? The first machine I tried this on is a Dell Inspiron 3542 laptop with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and latest Audacity, connected to the home network via WiFi. The next computer I tried it on was an older HP desktop, Windows 7 Home Premium, not sure of the exact model of the computer or version of Audacity, 2.0.6 I believe, whatever the latest version as of end of August 2014 was. This computer is the only thing other than the printer wired directly into the network.

The issue is that I tell Audacity to record for a length of time, usually two hours or more, then walk away, shutting the speakers off so I’m not monitoring, though I do check in periodically. Although a friend has told me that one of the internet streams I’m trying to record doesn’t time out, I haven’t tested this out myself. The other two streams, only one of which I’ve tested with my desktop, I’m sure don’t time out. The only common thread seems to be Audacity recording, using Stereo Mix in both cases. Can anyone tell me how to resolve this issue? I’ve gone so far as to reset Audacity preferences and run CCleaner fairly deeply on the laptop, none of which helped in any way except to cause the fan to not rev up to full speed during recording.

Bob


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Re: two different setups, same issue

Bob Cavanaugh

If it were an issue with disk space, I’d expect Audacity would stop recording before the stream stopped. As I’ve recorded for 5 hours with no problem though from a radio hooked up to the computer, I don’t think that’s an issue.

From: Dave [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2016 4:32 AM
To: Discussion list for Audacity users <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [Audacity-users] two different setups, same issue

 

Hi Bob

not quite sure what the problem is ,it sounds to be working BUT do remember that you are recording at 32 bit for 2 hours I assume the disc has enough room ????

    THANKYOU DAVE-211

 

From: Bob cavanaugh

Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2016 2:54 PM

To: 'Discussion list for Audacity users'

Subject: [Audacity-users] two different setups, same issue

 

Hi all,

Can someone please help me out here? The first machine I tried this on is a Dell Inspiron 3542 laptop with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and latest Audacity, connected to the home network via WiFi. The next computer I tried it on was an older HP desktop, Windows 7 Home Premium, not sure of the exact model of the computer or version of Audacity, 2.0.6 I believe, whatever the latest version as of end of August 2014 was. This computer is the only thing other than the printer wired directly into the network.

The issue is that I tell Audacity to record for a length of time, usually two hours or more, then walk away, shutting the speakers off so I’m not monitoring, though I do check in periodically. Although a friend has told me that one of the internet streams I’m trying to record doesn’t time out, I haven’t tested this out myself. The other two streams, only one of which I’ve tested with my desktop, I’m sure don’t time out. The only common thread seems to be Audacity recording, using Stereo Mix in both cases. Can anyone tell me how to resolve this issue? I’ve gone so far as to reset Audacity preferences and run CCleaner fairly deeply on the laptop, none of which helped in any way except to cause the fan to not rev up to full speed during recording.

Bob


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Re: two different setups, same issue

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Hi
do you subscribe to these stations or are they free ,most of the free stations will stop the broadcast in an hour or two
they usually do not like being recorded they would leave you joined but no audio, if you can get 5 hours without music stopping from time to time you are very lucky.????
    THANKYOU DAVE-211
 
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2016 2:54 PM
Subject: [Audacity-users] two different setups, same issue
 

Hi all,

Can someone please help me out here? The first machine I tried this on is a Dell Inspiron 3542 laptop with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and latest Audacity, connected to the home network via WiFi. The next computer I tried it on was an older HP desktop, Windows 7 Home Premium, not sure of the exact model of the computer or version of Audacity, 2.0.6 I believe, whatever the latest version as of end of August 2014 was. This computer is the only thing other than the printer wired directly into the network.

The issue is that I tell Audacity to record for a length of time, usually two hours or more, then walk away, shutting the speakers off so I’m not monitoring, though I do check in periodically. Although a friend has told me that one of the internet streams I’m trying to record doesn’t time out, I haven’t tested this out myself. The other two streams, only one of which I’ve tested with my desktop, I’m sure don’t time out. The only common thread seems to be Audacity recording, using Stereo Mix in both cases. Can anyone tell me how to resolve this issue? I’ve gone so far as to reset Audacity preferences and run CCleaner fairly deeply on the laptop, none of which helped in any way except to cause the fan to not rev up to full speed during recording.

Bob


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Re: two different setups, same issue

Bob Cavanaugh

As I said in my original message, two of the three stations don’t do that. It turns out that a fourth station I was trying to record does do that after about 90 minutes, and I was told, but haven’t confirmed, that the third station doesn’t.

 

From: Dave [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Friday, October 28, 2016 4:47 AM
To: Discussion list for Audacity users <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [Audacity-users] two different setups, same issue

 

Hi

do you subscribe to these stations or are they free ,most of the free stations will stop the broadcast in an hour or two

they usually do not like being recorded they would leave you joined but no audio, if you can get 5 hours without music stopping from time to time you are very lucky.????

    THANKYOU DAVE-211

 

From: Bob cavanaugh

Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2016 2:54 PM

To: 'Discussion list for Audacity users'

Subject: [Audacity-users] two different setups, same issue

 

Hi all,

Can someone please help me out here? The first machine I tried this on is a Dell Inspiron 3542 laptop with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and latest Audacity, connected to the home network via WiFi. The next computer I tried it on was an older HP desktop, Windows 7 Home Premium, not sure of the exact model of the computer or version of Audacity, 2.0.6 I believe, whatever the latest version as of end of August 2014 was. This computer is the only thing other than the printer wired directly into the network.

The issue is that I tell Audacity to record for a length of time, usually two hours or more, then walk away, shutting the speakers off so I’m not monitoring, though I do check in periodically. Although a friend has told me that one of the internet streams I’m trying to record doesn’t time out, I haven’t tested this out myself. The other two streams, only one of which I’ve tested with my desktop, I’m sure don’t time out. The only common thread seems to be Audacity recording, using Stereo Mix in both cases. Can anyone tell me how to resolve this issue? I’ve gone so far as to reset Audacity preferences and run CCleaner fairly deeply on the laptop, none of which helped in any way except to cause the fan to not rev up to full speed during recording.

Bob


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