How to record audio on your iPhone and quickly edit or export your recording

Xiaobai Software  2022-04-02 18: 23  read 265 views

The iPhone has a nice built-in app, Voice Memos.

With the Voice Memos app, you can not only record voice notes, as its name suggests, but also edit and share them with whoever you want.Note, however, that while the Voice Memos app is pretty good, it doesn't let you record phone calls.

Next, let's take a look at how to record and edit using the Voice Memos app on the iPhone.

How to Record Audio on iPhone with Voice Memos App

1. Locate the Voice Memos app, which may be in your phone's Extras or Utilities folder; it says "Voice Memos" below it and has an audio image.


2. Launch the app and notice the big red circle at the bottom.When you click on it, a new recording will start.


3. To stop recording, tap the red square at the bottom of the screen.


4. In addition to recording audio on your phone, there are a few other things to explore in your Voice Memos app.

For more advanced recordings, especially those geared toward music, podcasting, etc., you can try GarageBand for iPhone, which singer-producer Steve Lacy used to record Kendrick Lamar (Kendrick Lamar) Track from the Grammy Award-winning 2017 album "DAMN".

How to Edit and Export Audio Files on Voice Memos

To rename a recording, click "New Recording 1" (assuming this is your first recording) and enter a name.

To add more content after you stop recording, click the three blue dots next to it, then click Edit Recording.Scroll to the end of the timeline and click "Resume" to restart recording.Just make sure you scroll to the end or you'll be replacing the audio instead of adding more at the end.

You can also crop the edges of audio files with the same Edit Recording feature.Just click the square icon at the top right of the window.


To share a recording, export it to the app or send it to others, tap the three blue dots next to the recording again, and tap Share to open the sharing options.


Finally, you can completely dismiss any concerns that the voice memo app is of low quality or unprofessional.Because Taylor Swift, Adele and Mick Jagger have all used the Voice Memos app on their iPhones to share song ideas or demo recordings with their collaborators.


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