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This article is from the Woody Allen FAQ, by BrYan Westbrook westbrok@hsnp.com with numerous contributions by others.

08 Where can I find some Woody Allen .wav's?

You should first try the Woody Allen Wave Archives at
http://www.lgcy.com/users/r/rmoore/woody.htm, but if you are looking for
something that is not available there, all you need is a soundcard (the
files want do you any good anyway if you don't have one), a battery powered
tape recorder, a connector cord (headphone-type jack on both ends), and a
recording program. There are very simple programs to do this. A lot of
computers come with a program called Sound Recorder. If you don't have that
one (I'm assuming you're using an IBM (or clone) and not a MAC), go to
http://www.shareware.com and download Sonic Screwdriver. Once you've got
the program set up, record the sound you want to sample on a cassette tape,
plug one end of the cord into the headphone jack of the tape recorder and
the other into the "line in" jack of your soundcard (next to where the
speakers plug in). Just play the tape and hit the record button on the
program. If you are using Windows 95, you will need to click on that little
speaker icon in the bottom right of the screen and adjust the settings for
recording levels (I don't remember the exact settings at this time, but you
should be able to figure it out).

BTW, the appropriate newsgroup for posting such files is
alt.binaries.sounds.movies and not here (but please leave an announcement
here if you do post any Woody Allen wav's). The place to post pictures is
alt.binaries.pictures.celebrities.

 

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