I am using Windows 10
Obtained by .exe installer
Note: In the past, I was speaking with Gale trying to get audio into the Audacity program.
Ms. Gale had me get a U-Control UCA202
Now in the past, I was successful in getting audio into the Audacity program. Then I was able to burn a CD. Yippie!
But that was in the past. I did it successfully a couple of times.
But now…NOW…I am going bonkers and nuts. I don’t know why it ain’t working. This is so frustrating!
Let me tell you how I got thing setup now.
I’m using the same portable Cassette, Radio and CD player that I did a year or so ago.
I’ve got the RCA wire connected to the portable earphone jack.
That wire on the other end connects to the UCA202 input female ports.
The UCA202 connects to a USB Hub which connects to the laptop USB port on my computer.
I have a Hp Envy Laptop: Product #X6V56UA#ABA (Gosh, these alpha numeric character drive ya crazy. I have no idea what they mean or stand for.)
Now in the Audacity program window I’ve got four different top bar controls:
MME, Windows Dir, Windows W (I’m sorry, but I can’t see the rest of what is written in the boxes).
Microsoft Sound M, Line (USB Audio C, Microphone Array (Again, I can’t see the extended names of the labels).
1 (Mono) Re, 2 (Stereo) Re
Microsoft Sound M, Speakers (USB, Speakers (Conexa
I’ve tried different ways to record from my portable into my laptop.
For example, I set: MME, Microsoft Sound M, 2 (Stereo) Re, and Microsoft Sound M
and I get this same error no matter what I do:
Error opening sound device. Try changing the audio host, recording device and project sample rate.
Ok, I am ready to scream! I don’t know what the heck to do.
I was able to record a few things last year. Now I’m lost again. This stuff is so complicated. I am not an audio person. I’m just a person, a human, not a robot, not a sound master, but someone who just want to transfer some stuff from my cassettes to my computer then to a CD. That’s it.
This stuff is driving me out of my cotton pickin mind.