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I've been using the polderbits sound recorder/editor on MS Windows. Usually doing simple edits of my own recordings but it can also pull anything from a PC sound source.

http://www.polderbits.com/
 

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I plug a minidisc recorder into my PC.
 

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fire up Audacity or any other recording software, set "what you hear" or Wav, speakers (whatever it is on your software mixer) as the source and hit record. I've done it with Audacity.
 

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For that to work, you have to have a sound card that will record while it plays back. Most contemporary ones can do that. You have to tell the Volume Control applet's Recording properties dialog what to record from, however. I do it with Cool Edit Pro.
 

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Just use audacity, real easy. Use a male to male jack between headphone and mic ports. There are programs as well, but audacity works really well.
 

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www.vixy.net will convert flash videos into mp3 (among other things). it's completely free and you don't have to install anything. it's a great little site!
 
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