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What does All Free Sound Recorder do?

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The step-by-step instructions below will help you get started using All Free Sound Recorder. Simple instructions, format presets & direct output are provided for easier operation, better output quality & more time saving.

You need only 3 steps to get the audio recorded. All you need to do is to install and launch this recorder & follow the instructions.

How does it work in detail?

1. select recording device & sound source

The "Device" panel is opened by default (you can click "Device" button to close it). In this panel, you must choose the right recording device and recording source, or you might get nothing recorded. In the "Recording Device" menu you can choose your sound card. Then, make sure to choose the right recording source in the "Recording Mixer" menu - that means to record sound from streaming audio, choose "Stereo Mix"; If from a mic, choose "Microphone". You can also move the slide to adjust the recording volume.

2. choose recording settings

You may start recording without any adjustment, but if you need better recording quality, you should click "Settings" button to specify detailed output options as needed. In "General Settings" tag, you can choose output file type and output folder. In "Output Format Settings" tag, you can apply the presets provided or specify the format settings you want. The AGC (Automatic Gain Control) and VAS (Voice Active System) are also provided.

3. start recording

Click "Record" to specify the output name for your recording in the blank of the window and click "OK". You can see the dynamic effect of viewing mode selected the status window as soon as the sound is being recorded. Click "Stop" and the recording will exported directly as an audio file without creating any temporary files. You don't have to remember where you output the file as we provide a "View Files" button to directly open the output location.

That's it. No cost, no registration, no malware & no complicated operation.


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