With the popularity of voice chats or VOIP call today, computers rely on good audio cards and external audio hardware, like speakers and microphones. For voice chatting, a headset is still the perfect solution. One important aspect in voice calls is that you can hear each other clearly. And although the first idea is always […]

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For real music lovers, just playing music is not always enough. Singing along with your favorite songs can be quite fun. And if you invite your friends, a karaoke event is in the making. Most people will use a special karaoke system for their group sing-along occasions, but you could use your Windows computer. Most […]

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If you get all your MP3 files from one source, like iTunes or Amazon, the mp3 music files will generally have a very similar volume level. But if you get your MP3 files from different locations, exchange them with friends, maybe record some from online radio, chances are that the volume levels vary. This means […]

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If you are using your sound card in combination with a synthesizer keyboard, you can face problems when you upgrade from Windows XP to either Vista or Windows 7. In both Vista and Windows 7 you cannot change the default MIDI device in the Control Panel anymore. In XP, you can simply access the Sounds […]

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iTunes is a great music program from Apple. You can use it to shop for and download music and organize your music collection on your computer and iPod. But that is also where the problem is, you can only use it with Appleā€™s hardware, iPod, iPhone or even iPad. Would it be great to benefit […]

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