USB Audio Recorder
Many motherboards these days only offer limited space for expansion cards, and integrated sound chips are generally not so well suited to highquality recording. If a sound card is fitted in the PC, it is exposed to enormous levels of interference which does nothing for the audio quality. The solution is an external sound card, connected over USB.Installing an add-in sound card into a system is generally a lot of fuss. In order to transfer audio data digitally to the PC, either you will need an S/PDIF interface on the sound card or else you will be reduced to ‘grabbing’ the audio using the CD-ROM drive. If you want to make recordings using a notebook computer, you will have to be content with the microphone input or purchase an expensive PCMCIA sound card.