tinkering with Audio Hijack and Skype

Many thanks to Dave who delayed his appointment with the cardboard man (?) in order to let me try to record a skype call with Audio Hijack (the name just screams copyright infringement, dontcha think)

Here is the result of our (supposedly) two way conversation

Skypeing with Dave

–> Can anyone suggest how I can get BOTH sides of the conversation using Audio Hijack?

Barbara is a Lecturer in Hispanic Studies at a small liberal arts college in Maine. Rumor has it this was also her alma mater. She used to work for a small liberal arts college in the cornfields of Ohio for 18 years as a teacher and language center director. Prior to these adventures in higher ed she taught high school Spanish and loved it. She wishes she had more time in her life to play with her dogs, write, read, swim, do yoga things and watch the Red Sox. Preferably not all at once, although that could be interesting. To see her online portfolio please click here!

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  1. Todd · November 8, 2005 Reply

    We haven’t used audio hijack, but we’ve been happy so far with pamela systems to have our students record their language exchanges. Send me an email if you want to compare notes.

    Todd Bryant
    Dickinson College

  2. barbara · November 8, 2005 Reply

    Interesting. I have never heard of it. Time for more investigation!

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