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Voice Recorder FullScreen

Record audio from microphone to audio file: Capture and save high-quality audio recordings from your microphone directly to an audio file with ease. Ideal for interviews, voiceovers, podcasts, or any situation where you need to preserve audio content.


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  • Windows Chrome: on top right click More > More Tools > Create shortcut
  • iOS/iPhone: on bottom click Share > Add to Home Screen
  • Anroid: on top right click Menu > Add to Home Screen

How to use the voice recorder

  • The microphone access should be enabled by clicking the camera/mic icon in the browser's address bar.
  • Press the Record button to start recording.
  • Press the Pause button to pause recording.
  • Press the Stop button to stop recording.
  • Press audio bar to replay the recording.
  • Press the Save button to save recording to audio file.
  • Press the Share button to share audio file.

What is Voice Recorder

Recording audio from a microphone to an audio file refers to the process of capturing sound using a microphone and saving it as a digital audio file on a computer or device. This allows you to store, share, or edit the recorded audio for various purposes. The exact steps may vary depending on the operating system and software you are using, but here is a general overview of how to record audio from a microphone to an audio file:

  1. Connect and Set Up the Microphone: Ensure that your microphone is properly connected to your computer or device. Adjust the microphone settings as needed, such as the input level or gain, to get the desired audio quality.

  2. Select an Audio Recording Software: Choose an audio recording software that is compatible with your operating system. There are many options available, ranging from basic built-in software to professional-grade applications.

  3. Open the Recording Software: Launch your chosen audio recording software. Most software will have a simple interface with controls for recording, playback, and saving audio files.

  4. Configure Recording Settings: In the recording software, you may need to select the input source (microphone) and adjust other settings, such as the file format, sample rate, or bit depth. Choose settings that suit your needs and preferences.

  5. Start Recording: Once your microphone and recording software are set up, you can begin recording by clicking the "Record" button. Some software may have a keyboard shortcut or a dedicated hardware button for starting and stopping the recording.

  6. Perform the Recording: Speak, sing, or make the desired sounds into the microphone while the recording is in progress. Monitor the recording levels to ensure that the audio is not clipping or distorting.

  7. Stop Recording and Save the Audio File: When you're finished recording, click the "Stop" button in the recording software. The software will prompt you to save the recorded audio as an audio file. Choose a location on your computer or device, provide a name for the file, and select the desired audio file format (such as WAV, MP3, or FLAC).

  8. Review and Edit the Recorded Audio: Once the audio file is saved, you can listen to it using any media player software. If needed, you can use audio editing software to trim, enhance, or apply effects to the recorded audio.

Remember to follow any specific instructions provided by your microphone or recording software manufacturer for optimal audio recording quality. Additionally, be aware of any legal considerations regarding recording audio, such as obtaining consent when recording conversations involving others.