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Chapter 7. Pictures, Sound, and Movies > Making WAVs with Sound Recorder

7.4. Making WAVs with Sound Recorder

Windows XP comes with a generous assortment of sound files that you can use as error beeps, using the Sounds and Audio Devices program in the Control Panel. But no error beep is as delightful as one that you've made yourself—of your two-year-old saying, "Nope!" for example, or your own voice saying, "Dang it!"

Figure 7-4. Sound Recorder (top) lets you capture the sounds of your world—digitally. Volume Control (bottom) offers left-to-right stereo balance controls and volume adjustments for every sound-related component of your PC.



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