3.1. To Start a New Recording
To start a new recording session, perform the following steps:
Use the Record as drop-down list to select one of the following recording options:
- CD Quality, Lossless
- CD Quality, Lossy
To start recording, choose.
To stop recording, choose.
To play back the recording, choose.
To run the audio mixer, choose.
To save the recording, choose, then type a name for the sound file.
3.2. To Play a Sound File
To play a sound file, choose Open a file dialog, then click . Sound Recorder displays the duration of the file in minutes and seconds below the progress bar. To play the file, choose . The progress indicator moves along the progress bar as the sound file is playing.. Select a sound file in the
3.3. To Display the Properties of a File
To display the properties of a file, choose Sound Recorder displays the following information about the file:.
- File Information
Folder displays the name of the folder in which the file is located.
Filename displays the name of the file.
File size displays the size of the file.
- Audio Information
Song length displays the length of the audio data in the file.
Number of channels displays the number of channels on which the audio data was recorded.
Sample rate displays the sample rate at which the audio data was recorded.
Bit rate displays the bit rate at which the audio data was recorded.
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