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Tips & tricks to use Free MP3 Editor Platinum.

Record Sounds


Our powerful editor can record audio data from a microphone or another sound device and save it directly to WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, etc. Just open the task window and press new record. That is how easy it is to start recording a podcast, a song or a concert. It is truly a good tool for voice over artists.


To record audio sound, there are several ways:


Record Music on LP's, Cassettes, Tapes, CD/DVD Player, AM/FM/Satellite Radio, etc.


Step 1. To make a digital recording of analogue sound on music cassettes, LP's, or AM/FM/Satellite radio for example, you must connect the video recorder, cassette player or record player to the sound card in your computer. You should be able to hear the sound through your computer's speakers.


Step 2. Open Free MP3 Editor Platinum and choose "New Record", select the desired recording quality, click "OK".


Step 3. Choose the recording device and activate "Auxiliary" or "Line In" by clicking "Line In". You should see the signal on the LEDs. Change the recording volume so the LEDs show a medium level. Then, click "Record" button. Wait until some music has been recorded.


Step 4. Save your recording to disk: Click "Pause" and "Keep" button. Free MP3 Editor Platinum will open recorded music in the waveform window, click "Save File As...." to save the recorded file.



Recording from the Internet Radio/Internet-telephony/Web Radio


Step 1. Open your favorite internet radio / internet-telephony / web radio.


Step 2. Open Free MP3 Editor Platinum and choose "New Record", select the desired recording quality, click "OK".


Step 3. Choose the recording device and activate "Stereo Mix" by clicking "Line In". You should see the signal on the LEDs. Change the recording volume so the LEDs show a medium level. Then, click "Record" button. Wait until some music has been recorded.


Step 4. Save your recording to disk: Click "Pause" and "Keep" button. Free MP3 Editor Platinum will open recorded music in the waveform window, click "Save File As...." to save the recorded file.



Recording from Microphone


Step 1. Make sure that your microphone is connected to the mic jack of your soundcard. Microphones are available from most electronics stores. If you have a portable computer, you can use the built-in microphone. However, you will get a better-quality recording if you connect an external microphone.


Step 2. Open Free MP3 Editor Platinum and choose "New Record", select the desired recording quality, click "OK".


Step 3. Choose the recording device and activate "Microphone" by clicking "Line In" (Note that the name of the line may differ depending on your sound board). You should see the signal on the LEDs. Change the recording volume so the LEDs show a medium level. Then, click "Record" button. Wait until some music has been recorded.


Step 4. Save your recording to disk: Click "Pause" and "Keep" button. Free MP3 Editor Platinum will open recorded music in the waveform window, click "Save File As...." to save the recorded file.



Recording from Programs like WinAMP/Windows Media Player/Real Player


Step 1. Open your programs like WinAMP / Windows Media Player / Real Player and click Play.


Step 2. Open Free MP3 Editor Platinum and choose "New Record", select the desired recording quality, click "OK".


Step 3. Choose the recording device and activate "Stereo Mix" by clicking "Line In". You should see the signal on the LEDs. Change the recording volume so the LEDs show a medium level. Then, click "Record" button. Wait until some music has been recorded.


Step 4. Save your recording to disk: Click "Pause" and "Keep" button. Free MP3 Editor Platinum will open recorded music in the waveform window, click "Save File As...." to save the recorded file.


Record Sounds

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