How to Record and Mix MP3 - Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor
How to Cut MP3 File - How to make a Selection - How to Zoom the Waveform - How to Play a Preview - How to Join MP3 Files - How to Split MP3 File in Parts - How to Split MP3 File by Time - How to set Output Format - How to Import and Mix MP3 Files - How to Import CD - How to Record and Mix MP3 - How to Apply Effect on MP3 File - How to use the Equalizer - How to Fade In MP3 - How to Fade Out MP3 - How to Cross Fade MP3 - How to Adjust Volume - How to Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete a part of MP3 File - Overview Waveform - How to Move Selection - How to Trim a MP3 File - How to Reverse a MP3 File - How to Convert MP3 file from Stereo to Mono - How to Silence part of MP3 File / Generate Silence - How to Edit Selection in New Window - How to use Bookmarks and Labels - How to edit Metadata and Album Art
You can also record and mix audio from various inputs or even record the output of the computer's speakers.
How to Record MP3To record MP3 press on the "Record" button on the toolbar or select "Record" from the "Tools" menu.
In the screen that will appear press the "Record" button to start recording and then press on the "Stop" button to stop recording.
Press the "Play" button to preview what is recorded.
Afterward, press the "OK" button to import the result to the main editor.
How to Record Computer SpeakersTo record from the computer speakers select "Speakers" on the input source combo box.
Recording OptionsYou can also set various recording options by pressing on the "More Options" button.
You can set then the exact position where the recorded audio will be imported or to mix it at an exact position or to mix it with a predefined label.
You can also set the maximum recording time.
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