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to record interviews or conversation using Pamela, there’s an adjustable record levels for your microphone and incoming skype calls. you could also adjust quality to 128kbps/44hz++ … MP3,PCM or CD Quality. Of course phone sound stills sounds phone calls.
as you know, in order to receive regular land lines calls, you need to sign-up for SkypeIn, which i did, (3 months for 10euros with own telephone number).
i’m using Pamela 30 day trial release pro version, available here http://www.pamela-systems.com/
[quote=RobinValley][quote=PNOI]Thanks to all the feedbacks. Anyway, i did purchased the Radio Shack telephone recording control (about $26). I’m disappointed with the results because of the noise from i believe coming from telephone line. Despite connecting to mixer, i can’t seem to eliminate the noise.
Anyway, two days ago i reactivate my Skype account and found out that it has a plugin called “Pamela” that cound input/record calls with suprior quality.
about my radio: occasionally broadcasting at am1700 /am1670 (filipino music) in vallejo cali
also streaming through audiorealm, live365, shoutcast
Thanks for the report. These kinds of notes help us all out.
I do have the RS phone recorder, and I tested it once to see if it would work for recording calls to my PC mic. It seemed to work OK, but I don’t recall how noisy it was.
I use an Internet Phone Wizard USB device for connectng my phone to my PC for Skype and assorted Internet telephony applications.
I use a Windows program called TotalRecorder for much of my PC recording tasks (line-in, software, etc). I think it works well with the Internet Phone Wizard for recording Skype calls.
Does Pamela let you route input/input in real time?