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Published on 11.01.07 by Brent Trahan

Record Sound in Windows Vista

Learn how to record sound with a microphone using Sound Recorder in Windows Vista.

Windows Vista has a tool called Sound Recorder that records sound from a microphone at 96 Kbps in .wma format. This is ideal for recording a voice message or something like a lecture in a class.

This guide shows you how to use the Sound Recorder in Windows Vista.

Recording Sound

  1. Plug-in your microphone or other input device.
  2. Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, and then open Sound Recorder.
  3. When you’re ready to start recording sound click Start Recording.

  4. When you’re finished recording click Stop Recording.
  5. When you click Stop Recording a save as window will immediately open. Browse to the location you want to save the sound file at, give it a name, and then click Save.

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