Welcome to the introduction tutorial
In this tutorial, we'll be going over
the different sections of the interface
The first step is to run the program,
so, find the icon on the desktop and
double click on it.
When the program first comes up, the
initial tutorial may begin to play.
If it does, left click on Close.
When the RecordForAll Interface comes
up, you'll notice we have three major
The first section is the file list.
This displays a list of all audio
files that you've created or imported
into the program.
It also provides easy access buttons
for adding audio files to your library
and recording new audio files.
The second section is the current
This displays the list of all audio
segments that you are currently using
in your current playlist.
It also provdes easy access buttons
to play the current playlist, stop
the audio playback, skip to the previous
audio segment, and skip to the next
It also provide an easy access button
to export the playlist as an audio
The third section is the timeline.
This shows the position of each audio
segment and provides a visual reference
for time, timing, transitions, sound
effects, and volume.
Each segment on the timeline can be
played individually and the audio
can be manipulated directly on the
In fact, most of your audio editing
is done directly on the timeline.
You should also see the zoom slider
bar in the upper right hand corner.
This allows you to zoom in and out
of the timeline to focus on specific
portions of audio or view the timeline
as a whole.
Also, on the right hand side of the
timeline, you should see the left
and right audio channel playback.
This is a visual representation for
how loud or soft the audio in your
This concludes the introduction tutorial
for RecordForAll. Fore more tutorials,
including how to record and edit audio
within the program, please visit our