record sound

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Nov 14, 2007

record sound by seiryu1260 at 6:17 AM (922 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. seiryu1260
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    Newcomer seiryu1260 Newbie

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    Does anyone know if there is a homebrew app which can record sounds to a micro sd card, such as one in a m3 or r4ds? Im curious because the mic spot is there and it would be helpful for lectures rather than using a recorder...... [​IMG]
     
  2. 50 Ways To Get F

    Newcomer 50 Ways To Get F Advanced Member

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    http://www.dragonminded.com/dsorganize/wik...?title=Features

    WAV Recorder

    Using the built-in microphone on your Nintendo DS, you can now record WAV files directly to your CF or SD card. Please note that the microphone quality is something just a few steps lower than microwaved ass, so don't expect production quality sound from this feature. To use this feature, simply browse to a WAV that you can overwrite, or create a new WAV file, and then press the Y key to open the recorder. Please do not ask about higher quality WAV recordings as there is no way to make card writes faster and DSOrganize streams the sound straight to your card.
     
  3. seiryu1260
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    im sorry but i have the newest 3.1 of dsorganize and cant seem to find such an option anywhere. can anyone help clarify how to get this and use it. thanks
     
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    Member Sir VG GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    While I haven't used it yet, section 6 of the previously given link covers about the WAV recorder.
     
  5. ZAFDeltaForce

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    You'll have to access the file browser, create a new file with a .wav extension and press Y to enter the Recording Page
     

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