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You probably can with Windows WASAPI loopback recording
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Recording Voice Calls on Your Computer Using Audacity
by Nadeem Unuth
Updated November 10, 2017
You can also use third-party applications for call recording, but those require some effort and possibly financial engagements. Fortunately, there is this very simple way which implies using a very useful piece of software called Audacity...
How To Record
In the top menu, look for the drop-down box whose default value is MME. It is just below the array of control buttons on the left-hand side of the interface. Change this value to capture sound from within the system's input and output. ***In the case of Windows, select WASAPI***.
this will give you a good quality recording of the incoming call!
in audacity, record using mic... but you need to record the speakers at the same time through the microphone
you have to play the speakers loud enough to record on the mic
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