Watch this YouTube video that shows you how to do it:
Here are some instructions that I wrote:
1. Install Audacity.
2. Follow these instructions to install the LAME encoder:
2. Open up MixCraft 5. Install it if you haven’t got it. Also open up Audacity.
3. Open up the mx5 file in MixCraft 5.
4. Go back to Audacity and change the input mic to Stereo Mix.
5. Press the record button on Audacity.
6. Play the mx5 file. Audacity will record it. Stop the recording when you’re done.
7. Save it as MP3. If there is a problem with saving the file as an MP3, go back to Step 2 and read it again!
I have done this multiple times and the drivers are terrible and the recordings are absolute crap. Is there any way I can actually open the file with audacity instead? Or need I find some nonexistent external software to record in a rate higher than 8,000Hz?
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