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Step 1:Go to http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ to download and install Audacity. Step 2:Run Rocksmith 2014 and make sure Audio Exclusivity is turned off in the Options menu, then quit. Step 3:Open up the Recording Devices tab of the Sound Control Panel (Easily done by right clicking on the speaker icon in the system tray and selecting Recording Devices. Step 4:Right click inside the Recording Devices list and ask it to Show Disabled Devices Step 5:Find the Stereo Mix disabled device and enable it. Step 6:Run Audacity, and select Stereo Mix as your recording input Here's a little GIF I made to illustrate steps 4, 5 and 6 http://img842.imageshack.us/img842/2018/rra.gif Step 7:Run Rocksmith 2014 once again, and get ready to play whatever it is you want to record, ie, a song, or session mode, or whatever. Step 8:Just before you hit the button to begin playing the song or start playing the session, ALT-TAB back out to Audacity and hit the Record button, then ALT-TAB back into Rocksmith 2014. Step 9:Play Step 10:When you've finished, ALT-TAB out to Audacity again and stop the recording. Step 11:In Audacity, hit Play to listen to what you just recorded. source