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Microphone placement and recording is viewed as an art form by many.
There are many ways to record an instrument, and a certain amount
of trial and error is necessary before the best sound is achieved.
Absolute Audio Recorder is a perfect and lossless
solution to record microphone.
Download Absolute Audio Recorder to see how
easy it is to record from Mic.
Mic Recording Guide
1. Connect a Mic to the
Microphone input of the PC or connect the Line-Out output on an
external sound system or PA to the Line-In or Aux input on the computer.
2. Launch Absolute Audio
Recorder. Click "Mixer" button to select the sound card in your
system and choose "Mic Volume" as sound source. The names of the
sound sources to record audio maybe different in various operating
systems, usually named as Stereo Mix, Phone Line, Aux Volume, Video
Volume, Mic Volume, Line In, CD Audio and so on.
Click "Options" or press Ctrl+O to activate "Options" window. In
"General Settings" area, you can specify an output format among
MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG. Click "Settings" to adjust the recording
quality by well-configured presets or configuration parameters.
Click "Change" to select an output folder. It also has the ability
to name the recorded file automatically by date and time. Other
settings like AGC, VAS, Hot Key and Schedule are also available.
4. After everything is set,
just play the sound that you want to record. Then you can see wave
variations in the wave pattern. You can adjust the Volume & Balance
to meet your demands.
Click the red
round record button in Absolute Audio Recorder or press the hotkey
you just set to start recording. To stop the recording, click "Stop
Recording" and the recorded sound will be directly output to the
output folder & listed in the file list with detailed information
like filename, location, time, duration & size. You can play the
recording with the built-in player.
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