GoldWave wrote:Skype is already using your sound card to record your voice to transmit it to the other person. If you try to use GoldWave to record the other person's voice using the same sound card, then Skype won't be able to record your voice. If you try to use the "Stereo Mix" or "What You Hear" source in GoldWave, Skype will end up recording and transmitting both your voice and the other person's voice too, and that causes a huge feedback echo on the other person's end.
Recording both sides is something that has to be built into Skype to work properly. I'm surprised Skype doesn't have a recording option already, given how often it comes up.
OK... Some things that might work:I think this could very well involve extra hardware but I don't mind...
GoldWave is a solid program, with great tech support directly from the developer (Chris) if you ever need it. I've been using it for several years and I highly recommend it, if its functions/features meets your needs. But, if you buy a USB/Firewire device, or a specialized soundcard, it might come with its own software. And, I recommend you try-out Audacity (FREE!!!) before you buy any recording/editing software.It would be pity if I can't do this using GoldWave because it is a very nice piece of software. I would pay for the full version if it could.
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