Read this guide, we will tell you how to use FineVoice to record voice from multiple audio sources such as microphones, system audio, iPhone, and local audio files.
Download and install FineVoice.
Launch FineVoice. If this is your first time running FineVoice, please follow the setup instructions.
Click the Voice Recorder tab on the main interface to use this voice recorder.
You can add different audio sources for your recording. Click the + Add audio source to add sources like Microphone, system audio, iPhone Airplay, local audio files.
On the popup menu, select a microphone under the Microphone tab.
On the popup menu, select FineVoice Virtual Speaker under the System audio tab.
Follow the instructions to set FineVoice as the output device.
Select the iPhone Airplay option under the Other sound tab. Follow the screen instructions to stream iPhone sound to FineVoice.
Select Local audio file to upload audio files.
(Supported file formats: MP3, AAC, AC3, AMR, MP2, WAV)
Click the red Record button at the bottom of the interface. The waveform will show you the real-time volume. Click Pause or Stop to control the recording.
FineVoice saves the audio recording file automatically when you click Stop.
Click the play icon to listen to the recording. Click the circle arrow icon to start a new recording task. Click the File icon to check the recording file.
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