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saving audio file to hd

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can i save an audio clip (song) from
cd-rom to my hd?
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yes if you use a program such as audiocatalyst which will take the songs from you're hard drive and put them on your HD.

hope this helps
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Yup you sure can. What type of software do you have for your sound card? This may simply your doing so. When I record to the hd I use a microphone for both voice (wav file) and cd's however some softwares can support a more "direct" approach of recording.
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