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For youtube, it seems to me an easier route would be to use some site like www.dirpy.com and save it as mp3.
That's really good...and simple!
Thank you,
Lou

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have you tried Audacity? it's a freeware audio editor and recorder.
Thanks, that's one I intended to have a look at.

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That's what I fear.
May have to turn off all system notifications whilst recording desired audio.

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OK I just tried Total Recorder (basic free version) and after a bit of fiddling, I managed to get the audio off a video playing on youtube.
(using windows 8.1)
Will have to play around a bit more to see if it picks up system sounds (eg mail notification alert) while its recording the desired audio.
Does anybody know?

Many thanks for your assistance.

Lou

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Thanks for the replies guys.

I should have added that I'm using Windows 8.1 :(

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Looking for a simple utility to record any audio playing on my computer, eg. the audio from a youtube clip, the audio from a music clip on the web etc.
Not recording from attached microphone.
Any recommendations?
Thanks,
Lou

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