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A note on using the PC with a guitar and microphone. A PC audio input (line in which is stereo and mic which is mono) require high level audio inputs (close to "line level") rather than the low "instrument level" from a guitar and regular P.A. or Karaoke type mic. You will need a mixer to be able to record both the guitar and mic at the same time and then route the output of the mixer to the PC's line in (since it's a stereo input, you can have one channel (e.g. left) for the guitar and the other channel (e.g right) for the microphone. You can buy small mixers for about $50 or so. HERE is one example.
The free Audacity recording program will allow you to record your inputs to the PC's hard drive. Download HERE
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