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Old 03-09-2017, 02:04 AM   #11
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Remember sound blaster sound cards? They provided an input called WhatUhear.
It was a loopback input. My audio system has loopback inputs so if I can hear it I can record it in my DAW.

You can make a loopback input pair by plugging a cord from the output to an input, just don't monitor the input or you will get feedback.

Handy for a lot of things. Sometimes things won't export correctly but you can use this to record it.
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offliberty.com can get you mp3 or the vid. I save a lot guitar vids.
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Old 03-09-2017, 05:32 PM   #13
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Really easy. go to http://dirpy.com/

And paste the url of the video you want to grab. It will give you the option of downloading the video or an mp3.
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Old 03-16-2017, 04:46 PM   #14
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I record them in real time into my sound editor, equalize the volume (to -0.5dB) and then save them as MP3.

I can do things like altering the pitch and time before saving them.
How is your routing then?

The yt to mp3 converters looks much easier to me. Then I can also manipulate pitch and sound of mp3 file.
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Old 05-20-2017, 11:42 AM   #16
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I use a program, (It's free), that allows me to download videos off youtube. It's called YT Downloader.
It can download almost all youtube vids and as a bonus, it will also convert from one format to another. MP4 to MP3 for example. One thing to be aware of when downloading this free program is to read the user agreement and turn down the the other offers included with the program. Programs like another task bar search engine, free samples of software, etc, I just uncheck all of the other offers that come with YT Downloader in the user agreement one has to go through in order to download the program. Once I've unchecked all of the other offers that come with YTD, then one can download it and use it for downloading and converting. A very useful program.
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