Investgate ways of creating your own Audio files

 

My Investigations on looking throw the internet i found some ways to created your own audio files for sounds and music. Now computers are built with a microphone within them to record or cornet people around the world.

As i looking there are a few information on ways of creating your audio file and  depending on which widow settings you have on your computer/ Laptop.

for examples below

this is for widow 8 and window 10

  1. Connect a microphone to the computer.

  2. Click start  and type Voice Recorder and click Voice Recorder from the found programs.

  3. Click the blue microphone button and begin speaking.

  4. Once the recording has been made it can be shared or click the dots menu icon to open the location of the file that is saved as a .w4a file.

This is for Widow 7

  1. Connect the microphone to the computer.

  2. Click start and type Sound Recorder and click Sound Recorder from the found programs.

  3. Click the Start Recording button and begin speaking.

  4. Once Done click Stop Recording.

  5. Once the recording has been made Windows asks you to name the file and where it should be saved as a .wma file.

And for these how has an Apple computer running Mac OS.

  1. Connect the microphone to the computer.

  2. Open Applications and then open QuickTime

  3. Once QuickTime is open from the QuickTime file menu bar at the top of the screen click File and then New Audio Recording.

  4. Click the red record button and begin speaking.

  5. Once Done click the stop button.

  6. Click the close button to close the audio and then choose the name and where you want to save the file as a .mov or .m4a file depending on your version of Mac OS.

 

These three are the simple ways for creating your audio files but you can also alter the audio file by downloading sound editing software to alter the sound to make it unique and more to your needs.

 

 

 

 

 

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