How to Add or Remove Sound Clips
Welcome to the first tutorial on how
to use the audio segment file list
In this tutorial, we'll be going over
how to add and remove files from the
The first step is to run the program,
so, find the icon on your desktop
and double click on it.
If you're using the trial version,
you'll see this prompt.
To purchase the program, left click
on the buy Full Version Now button.
To continue with the trial, left click
on the Continue button.
Once in the program, find the audio
segment file list here on the left
This section displays a list of all
audio files and segments currently
available for use.
This list has four column headings:
Title, Artist, Show, and Time. You
can sort and resort your file list
based on any of the column headings
by left clicking on the heading you
wish to sort by.
For example, if you want to sort alphabetically
by Arist, left click on the Artist
You should also see the Search Library
box in the upper right hand corner
of this section.
If you enter a search query, the file
list will change to only display those
items that match the query.
To get it to show you all items again,
you can either click on the X or backspace
out your query.
To add files to your library, you
can either click on the easy reference
+ in the upper left hand corner of
the file list or you can go to File
- Add Files to Library.
When you do, the program will bring
up this dialog.
If you just want to add a single audio
file, select the first option.
If you want to add all audio files
within a specific folder, select the
If you want to automatically add all
files within specific directories
that the program will monitor for
new files, select the third option.
In this example, I'm going to add
a single file.
So, select the first option and left
Browse to the location of the audio
file you wish to add to the program,
select it, then left click on Open.
To remove a file from your lists,
find the segment you wish to remove,
then left click on it.
You can either hit the delete key
on your keyboard or go to Edit - Delete.
When removing a file from the list,
you have two options. You can either
have the program remove the file from
the library only and leave the audio
file on your hard drive or you can
have it remove the file from the library
and delete it from the hard drive.
After selecting your preference, click
on OK to have the file removed.
This concludes the first tutorial
on how to use the audio segment file
list in RecordForAll. For more tutorials,
including how to rename audio content
and use the current playlist editor,
please visit our website, www.recordforall.com