Hey, guys. My girlfriend's birthday is coming up. And I wanna give her a surprise. Thus eventually I come up with an idea to sing a song to her face, but the problem is the song I sing cannot be preserved as precious memories. So I change my mind, and plan to record the song to CD. Unfortunately, for me, to record my voice to a CD is a fairly nerve-racking problem cause I don't know how to do it. I'd be so grateful if anybody could help me out.
Wow! I am so envious of your girlfriend for being so lucky to have such a thoughtful and romantic boyfriend like you.
Here I will show you how to do it. To record voice to CD successfully, there are major two steps needed, one is to record your voice by using Streaming Audio Recorder. Streaming Audio Recorder is a powerful audio recording software that combines many functions together including audio editing, CD burner and entertainment such as radio and latest music listening. And the other step is to burn your recordings to CD. Specifically, you can figure out how to record your voice on a CD by referring to the steps below.
Detailed steps to follow:
Step 1. Download and Launch the Streaming Audio Recorder.
Step 2. Make detailed settings.
Change the default Audio Source of System Sound into Microphone. And test whether the microphone works normally by clicking the Test below.
Tip: if you want to add background music while recording, you can choose Both System Sound and Microphone.
Step 3. Start the recording by clicking On and press the Off to complete the recording.
Step 4. Put a blank CD to which your song will be transferred in your computer CD drive and choose CD Burner in the dropdown list of Tools. Then, you can add your recording to the interface of CD burner. In this way, you can record voice to CD successfully and your song can be preserved in CD for a long time.
Before you start recording voice, you should pay attention to the following concerns:
Make sure your microphone is well connected to the computer.
To make your voice recording to CD with high quality, you need to ensure the environment you stay in is quiet enough.
If you plan to add background music to your recording, adjust the volume of system sound and microphone. Never let the music accompaniment drown out your voice, or your voice cannot be heard clearly.
Last bumped by Anonymous on August 18th, 2013, 8:56 am.