Adobe sound recording

July 10, 2016
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You can record audio from any device that you can plug in to your sound card’s Microphone In or Line In port. Before recording, optimize your system’s input levels, if you haven’t already done so. (See Adjust recording levels for standard sound cards.)

  1. Choose File > Record, or click the Record button in the Editor panel.
  2. Choose an audio input from the Device menu. If necessary, click Settings to set driver properties for the input.
  3. Select Stereo or Mono, and then choose a Port option.
  4. To ensure that the recorded signal is undistorted, select Monitor Input During Recording. (If you use this option for a microphone recording, wear headphones to avoid feedback.)
  5. Enter a filename, and choose an incrementing scheme from the pop‑up menu. (The incrementing scheme helps you distinguish between multiple related recordings with the same filename.)
  6. To change the location for the saved file, click Browse.
  7. Click the Record button to begin recording.
  8. As you record, click the Marker button to add audio markers (which you can later export as Adobe Flash cue points).
  9. When you finish recording, click the Stop button , or close the dialog box.
Soundbooth automatically stores the new file in WAV format. If you prefer a different format, choose File > Save As.
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