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How to record Microsoft Anna voice synthesis on Vista.

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I am looking for software that would let me to record Microsoft Anna voice synthesis on Vista.
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Do you have a microphone?  The built-in Vista Sound Recorder should work fine:

http://www.vista4beginners.com/Sound-Recorder
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I have tried it and the sound is very low as well as recording quality is poor. I do not know how to increase sound volume for recording since sound level is max on all. There should be software that does a better job.
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See if this free program is any better:

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/about/features
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