Roxio Sound Cards & Media Devices Driver

I have just upgraded from C2010 to C2011. I like C2011 as it seems faster and smoother (Windows 7, 64-bit).


My issue is capturing audio from my sound card. As I did with C2010, I am putting sound effects into a production. In order to do so, I am recording them from the internet using Creative's 'What you hear' option.

Get the legendary Roxio burning power and 20+ creative applications in one multimedia suite. Roxio Creator NXT 8 is a fully loaded multimedia suite with 20+ applications to easily burn, copy, back up or archive your data, capture video, record your screen, create movies and slideshows, convert your media into popular formats, and more! Oh, and the 'sound clean up' feature of the SW compresses the signal so badly that it completely ruins the original sound quality of the music. At any rate - look for something other than Roxio LP to MP3 conversion SW - this isn't the best option in my opinion. Port on the Roxio Audio Capture USB box. B Click on the Windows Start button, and select Control Panel. C Click Hardware and Sound Sound. (If you have the Control Panel set to Classic View in Windows Vista or set to one of the Icon views in Windows 7, select Sound.) d Select the speakers connected to the USB Multimedia Audio Device, and click.

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Two things happen after I press 'Stop' on the Roxio Easy Audio Capture screen and get the 'Audio file Successfully captured':

1) the recorded audio is unusable as it has become very wavy (using the review feature in Roxio Easy Audio Capture); then

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2) referring to the 'What do you want to do now?' options, when I select 'Open this file in Sound Editor', and I press 'OK', the application hangs.

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This approach worked with C2010. Any solutions?