What program are you using?
What type of problem?
Only silence is recorded
Cannot hear anything during recording
Recording is distorted
Recording sounds thin, hollow, or phase cancelled
Recording contains stutters or defects not in the original
Try restarting your system before recording. Some sound drivers cause stability problems when used for long recordings. Windows usually performs better after a restart.
If more than one device is installed, try selected a different device (press F11 Device tab). Do not use the Total Recorder device, if installed.
Update the sound driver if it is listed as "emulated" in GoldWave (press F11, Device tab).
Use the Windows Disk Defragmenter accessory to defragment your hard drive.
If you have anti-virus software running, try disabling it temporarily to see if that solves the problem.
If the Windows Indexing Service is running, stop it (see the Windows Help for details).
Install more RAM in your system and use the RAM storage setting in GoldWave under
Options | Storage
If all else fails, contact the manufacturer or replace your sound card with something better.
Volume is not loud enough or is too loud
Volume level is reset every time recording starts
Recording stops suddenly or is too short
Recording is too fast or too slow
Quality is poor or only one channel is recorded
24 bit quality is selected, but GoldWave shows 16 bit in status bar
An error occurs
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