Note: The Save As Wave feature is available in the CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe product. For details on purchasing a CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe license click here.
Click the icon.
The Save As Wave feature is in the Secondary output options section.
Select the Format: settings that you would like to save the Wave file in; the default settings (44,100Hz, 16Bit, Stereo) are CD quality. If you are not concerned about quality, but simply want to record a sample for evaluation purposes, you can select a lower recording format, e.g. 22,050 Hz, 8-bit, Stereo.
In the Filename/Prefix text box add a filename; in this case just type "Testing".
Click the Set... button.
Navigate to where you would like to save the Wave files.
Click the Save button.
Depending upon your requirements enable/disable Pause when nothing is playing option. If you want to record silence and gaps then disable this option.
Depending upon your requirements enable/disable the Split into tracks option. If you are wanting to record manual mixes between tracks you may be best to disable this option.
Click the Start button.
CD Scratch is now ready to record your session. Begin playing and mixing your tracks.
You will need to click the Stop button after you have finished recording.
Recording CD Scratch's output (Save As Wave)
How to create a mixed CD