windows sound recorder can do this, just open the sound properties (in the system tray), go to options -> properties, click the recording button and check 'wave' in the list at the bottom (if it isnt already checked). then press ok, and click 'select' under the wave heading on the properties page.
Now when you record it should record 'what-u-hear' rather than whatever's coming through the mic
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