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How to Record Audio?

Required Resources

MP3 Editor Pro 4.0.1 or later
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The digital revolution has made it possible for every musician and songwriter to produce professional-sounding demos at home. With a simple home studio setup, you can record, edit and mix an entire album on your computer. If you're serious about producing top-quality audio, it is recommended you invest in pro recording/mixing software such as MP3 Editor Pro which wills will do a great job for home studio productions. Download MP3 Editor Pro to see how easy it is to record audio.

Audio Recording Guide

1. Launch MP3 Editor Pro. Click "Record" and select the Sample Rate and Channels of your choice. Then click "OK" to activate the audio recorder window.

Activate Audio Recorder Window

2. Choose the sound source and select a proper sound card in your system. The names of the sound source to record streaming audios 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.

Select Recording Device and Sound Source

3. Now start the playback of the audio file that you want to record. Then you can see wave variations in the wave pattern. You can drag the slider to adjust the recording volume. Set a specific time by clicking "Timer Record" to automatically start recording. You also have the power to record without silence.

Adjust Recording Settings

4. After everything is set, click "Record" button to start recording. To stop recording, click "Pause". Then, click "Keep" to input the recording to the waveform window of audio editor.

Start Recording

5. Now, the recording is displayed in the waveform window, you can use editing function to edit it or add audio effects to meet your demands. Click the "Save As" button to save the recording in the format/location you want and adjust the quality.

Output the Recording


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