sawadee: yes, you could get the Audio Digital Mixer if you're serious about
multi-channel digital recording, but if you're only interested in getting
your Soundcanvas output to CD, you could just get a stand-alone CD writer,
which has line-inputs for direct recording.
joty: I LOVE digital symphony! Thanks to you and the other BASS members for
ksattic: the 7.1MB file, plumbum, has not been recorded through the computers
rear output jack, but through a program called !GrabSound. It performs a 'dump' of the internal audio played through !DigitalCD. So, the 'plumbum' symphony file was loaded/played into DigitalCD and simultaneously recorded through GrabSound. In fact, Grabsound can record anything played through DigitalCD.
New driver to read and write large USB storage devices Jeff Doggett has ported a library to create a RISC OS module that can access USB-based FAT32 storage devices greater than 2GB in size, such as memory sticks and Flash cards. Jeff said: "This is just a filing system module - there is no desktop front-end or anything user friendly. It's version 0.01 which should give you some idea that you should try it first on a test drive before letting it loose on anything valuable." 7 comments, latest by jess on 24/11/08 7:53PM. Published: 17 Nov 2008