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MP3 Recorder/sound editor Introduction :

The best part of All Sound Recorder XP that u can directly record the songs into your computer all u have to do is click on the record button n leave it .. this would conver it directly to a MP3.. n also store it in your computer.pretty cool eh..!
So u dont really need to use the url snooper n streambox convertor to get the URL , download it , conver the .ra rm to .wav and then to MP3 .... the whole process is made so simple , just
RECORD using the All Sound Recorder XP!

* Want to burn Audio file from a web site to cd so you could listen to it on the stereo? But the audio files are in in .ram or .rm format. This format can not be burn on the cd, HOW TO DO?

FAQs:

Q: How to convert RM/RAM/RA to MP3?
A:
View Flash Tutorial (220k) (Anything played by Real Player)

Q: How to convert Protected WMA to MP3?
A:
View Flash Tutorial (120k) (Anything played by Media Player)

Q: "it records well but plays back at either very slow speed (drawl)"
A: To resolve this problem(use a low quality mp3 for reduce size)
Please click "Options / MP3 Settings", select "Encode Mode:" to "PRESET" and select "Quality Preset" to "LQP LOW QUALITY"

Also you can open this MP3 with All Sound Editor, use "Operation / Stretch+" function to speed up this MP3.


Q: How to Record from LP or Cassette Tapes to Audio CD?

A: WHAT YOU NEED:
1. A tape deck or record player with an "an audio out" (a line-out or headphone slot would do!).
2. An RCA to headphone cable (to connect your tape deck to your computer's sound card).
3. Software to burn this music to CD, such as MP3 CD Converter

Recording Tutorial:
Not know how to record sound? Please see Recording Tutorial:

* Case 1: Recording from microphone
* Most sound cards provide the ability to receive sound input from a microphone through the sound card microphone port. This is useful for recording voice or sounds to your computer.
1. Check Your Hardware: If your microphone has never worked, or it stopped working, first check the physical connection of the microphone. Verify that it is firmly plugged into the microphone port instead of the headphone or speaker port. If you are not sure which port is correct, you can check the sound card to see if it is marked (sometimes with a picture of a microphone), you can use a process of elimination, check the documentation that came with your hardware, or contact the hardware manufacturer.
2. Open All Sound Recorder XP, click "Create new recording work" button to select or create a destination sound file(Mp3 or Wav).
3. Click "Change Sound Source" button to select the recording properties in the dialog box. Select the microphone device, adjust the recording volume for the highest possible performance. You might see other devices, such as CD-Player or Synthesizer (MIDI), in the recording panel, uncheck all non-essential devices, this cuts down background noise.
4. Click "Record" button, and then speak into the microphone. If the microphone is plugged into the correct jack, the wave patterns on the display should move up and down. If it does not move, sound is not making it through your microphone. If the wave does move, press "Stop" button, and then press "Play" button to listen to your recording. The recording is the destination sound file you selected.

* Case 2: Recording from videotape
You can get the audio from videotape to Mp3 or Wav files with All Sound Recorder XP.
1. Connect the left and right audio-out terminals on the VCR to the line-in or microphone terminal on the sound card.
2. Open All Sound Recorder XP, click "Create new recording work" button to select or create a destination sound file(Mp3 or Wav).
3. Click "Change Sound Source"  button to select the recording properties in the dialog box. Select the line-in or microphone device, adjust the recording volume for the highest possible performance. You might see other devices, such as CD-Player or Synthesizer (MIDI), in the recording panel, uncheck all non-essential devices, this cuts down background noise.
4. Now start the playback of the VCR and click the "Record" button in All Sound Recorder XP. You should see a wave pattern display of the audio as it is playing. If the volume settings are too high, you see the wave patterns being clipped off and appearing to fill the recording window. If the settings are too low, you see only very small variations in the wave pattern. If the sound is being clipped off because the volume is too high, move the line-in or microphone volume setting down until most of the volume range is displayed without clipping. If the sound is too low, increase the volume setting. Ok, here's the trick with the line-in or microphone input. If the recording effect is satisfactory, then stop the recording test by clicking "Stop" button.
5. Depending on your sound card and the volume of the audio source, you might not get enough volume using the line-in input. In this case try the microphone input, as the volume sensitivity through the microphone input is generally greater than with the line-in input.
6. OK, let's rewind the tape and start the playback from the point you want to record. Hit the "Record" button and stand by. When you want to stop recording, just click "Stop" button, and the destination sound file is there.

* Case 3: Recording from WinAmp or stream audio from Internet
1. Open All Sound Recorder XP, click "Create new recording work" button to select or create a destination sound file(Mp3 or Wav).
2. Click "Change Sound Source"  button to select the recording properties in the dialog box. Select the Stereo Mix device or the equivalent, adjust the recording volume for the highest possible performance. You might see other devices, such as CD-Player or Microphone, in the recording panel, uncheck all non-essential devices, this cuts down background noise.
3. Now start the playback of the WinAmp or the stream audio from Internet and click the "Record" button in All Sound Recorder XP. Adjust the volume setting by observing a wave pattern display of the audio as it is playing. You can pause the process of recording by clicking the "Pause" button any time you want and then resume it by clicking the "Resume" button.
4. When you want to stop recording, just click "Stop" button, and the destination sound file is there.

   Order information:
All Sound Recorder XP is a shareware. A user who want to use full-function requires registration. The registration fee only costs
$29.95 US dollars.
Once you register, we will send you registration code immediately and all newer versions will also registered to you.