ACA Audio Recorder is a direct and real-time audio recording software which offers professional recording features with WAV, MP3 and AVI support. It makes a complete sound recorder studio of your computer. With it you can record sound from Microphone, Line-in, streaming audio from the Internet, or music played by Winamp, Windows Media Player, Quick Time, Real Player, DVD player, Flash, games, etc.. ACA Audio Recorder is able to automatically detect the recording formats your sound card supports and then set the application's parameters for the best possible performance.
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For the purposes of this introduction, we will be using ACA Audio Recorder's default values, and basic settings. Later, you will
discover the flexibility and ease of use that ACA Audio Recorder's options offer you.
Start ACA Audio Recorder
Click the Start button, select Program > ACA Systems > ACA Audio Recorder. (ACA Audio Recorder is installed in the ACASystems > ACA Audio Recorder program group by default. It is stored elsewhere only if you specified another program group during installation.)
Select Output File
Click on File tab, and then choose WAV as the file type, type in "C:\test.wav" as the output file name
Click Device tab, please make sure the "Device" combo shows your sound card, and the "Connector" combo shows "Microphone". Some systems may use a different word for microphone, for example, "Mic"
Start Audio Recording
Click Start button on main dialog to start audio recording. The status panel will display "Recording" on the left bottom corner, with the recorded time displayed in the middle. Click on the Stop button to stop recording.
Congratulations! You have just made your first audio file! It's that simple. Now, click on Play in the ACA Audio Recorder dialog, this launches your default media player and playback the test.wav file.
Next, take the a few minutes to browse this brief help file, the knowledge and tips you will gain will make it worth your small investment in time, enabling you to get the best results in the shortest time.