As for the hardware, I believe I need some sort of interface to bring the signal in (I have a std. mic input), e.g., Radio Shack's 43-1237:
Then I believe I need to install Audacity v1.2.6 to capture the calls to some file type.
Before we leave the topic of Audacity, I have also heard about Oreka for Windows:
Can anyone explain the difference between these 2 utilities (Audacity vs. Oreka)?
Oreka's website says:
Oreka is specifically designed for recording of lots of audio sessions such as telephone calls and easy retrieval through a web interface. Existing software such as Audacity or Ardour focus on different things such as audio edition and studio quality recording, respectively.
I also saw this posted on this forum:
Finally, I believe I may have to tweak the audio settings in Control Panel | Sounds & Audio Devices. If this is so, any specific tweaks there?
I appreciate your indulgence and any help.