How to Record Audio
Welcome to the tutorial on how to
record Audio in RecordForAll.
Before you can record audio, you first
need to make sure that you have a
microphone plugged in to the microphone
port on your computer.
After making sure your microphone
is connected, he first step is to
run the program, so, find the icon
on the desktop and double click on
When the program first comes up, the
initial tutorial will begin to play.
Left click on Close.
It should be noted that if you're
using the demo version of RecordForAll,
it will leave a watermark on the audio
So, to access the menu to record audio,
you can go to File - Record, hit Ctrl
+ R on your keyboard, or left click
on the Red Record button in the upper
left hand corner.
Once in the menu, you'll see this
On the left hand side, you'll also
see the Left and Right channel audio
When speaking into your microphone,
you should be able to see motion on
the register, indicating how loud
or soft your microphone currently
The first option is Device.
If you have multiple audio devices
on your computer, you may need to
select which device the microphone
is currently plugged into.
To select your audio device, left
click on the dropdown arrow here,
then left click on your preference.
From the input list, select Microphone
or Line in, whichever your sound card
Below that, you'll notice these two
options: Maximize Volume and Apply
If Maximize volume is selected, the
program will enhance the volume of
the audio as best it can.
Some microphones, however, are very
soft and may need to be adjusted in
Windows as well.
Apply Noise Filter will filter out
the noise in any silent spaces in
It will also attempt to filter out
background noise and humming.
After selecting your device and audio
preferences, left click on the record
When finished recording, left click
on OK. When you left click on OK,
the program will ask you to Label
In the title, enter the title for
this audio segment.
In the artist field, enter the artist,
narrator, or producer of this audio
If this audio is being produced for
a show, enter the show's name here.
Last we have File Name.
By default, the program will name
the file take1, take 2, take3, and
If you wish to change this, left click
on the Browse button. After entering
the information and name of this audio
segment, left click on OK and it will
appear in the file list, project list,
This concludes the tutorial on how
to record audio in RecordForAll. For
more information, including how to
add transitions and sound effects,
please visit our website, www.recordforall.com