Microsoft provides a tool known as ” Sound Recorder ” , This tool is freely available on all the versions of windows . It is used for capturing sounds , recording , play back purpose and you can even edit your voice . This application will also let you linkup phrases together or even insert your comments into a video or document or you can add music and many more.
How to record your voice using Windows sound recorder:
Step 1 : Open Sound Recorder:
In Windows 7 :
- Click on the Start button. In the search box, Type sound recorder. Now select the sound recorder from the list displayed.
In Windows 8 :
- Enter ” sound recorder ” in the search bar , which is located in the right drag bar . Select Sound Recorder from the results shown .
Note : This application will not open if your computer doesn’t have a attached microphone . And to play back the recorded audio, you computer must have a pair of headphones or speakers installed on it.
Step 2: Start your recording :
In the ” Sound Recorder ” Section , click on the ” Start Recording ” button . Now say or make some sounds or anything which you want to record . The green bar on the right side of the window will fluctuate back and forth to let you know that it’s capturing the recording .
Note : By using this recorder you can record up to 60 seconds only . If you want to record more, Follow this link .
Step 3: Stop the recording process :
Click on the ” Stop Recording ” button to stop your recording process . This will automatically display the ” Save as ” dialog box .
Step 4 :Save your recording :
Save your recording in such a location which is easy to find. If you are not ready to save it , Then just click on the Cancel button to close the ” Save As ” window.
Now you can carry on your recording process by just Clicking on the ” Resume Recording ” button on the left side of the window . When you done your recording process, Just click on the ” Stop Recording ” option and save that file.
You can play back your Recorded files with all most all the media players which includes iTunes, Windows Media Player or other similar applications.