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Record voice with VCSD8 and save in WAV

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Voice Changer Software Diamond 8.0 (VCSD8) has its own Voice Recorder which makes it easy for you to record and save chat conversations, morph voice messages, convert audio file formats, as well as modify songs.

This tutorial will guide you the way to record your voice and save files in WAV format.

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- Run VCSD8.

- On the right panel, find the Stream Settings (or Stereo/Mono scale)

The DUPLEX mode

- Select stream Mono or Stereo and sampling rate for processing audio streams. This will determine the quality for your recordings. In this tutorial we will use the setting Stereo 44100 Hz as the example.

Note: Only when the DUPLEX mode is ON, you can make change to the Stereo/Mono scale.


Before starting recording task, we need to do some settings preparing for the output files. Therefore, when we start recording, files will be auto-saved in our desired destinations, in preset audio format and name template.

- On the left panel, click on Voice Recorder icon.

- When Voice Recorder window comes out, choose Settings.

Open Voice recorder window

- In the Recorder Settings dialog box, choose Base folder, template tab:

• Click Browse (1) to change destination folder for output files.

• On the Name template dropdown list (2), select a favorite name template. Please take a look a Variables table for your references.

Base folder, template tab


- Switch to the Encoder tab

- In the Encoders tab:

• Tick on the Advanced mode checkbox (3) to show the full list of audio rates supported by VCSD8 Recorder.

• Select appropriate value in Stream column, then double click to change the Encoder settings to which represents the WAV file format (4).

For your references, please take a look at the below table. The following encodings will have WAV extension.

WAV encoding settings

Note: WAV is an audio file format which represents the WAV file for storing digital audio (waveform) data. It supports a variety of bit resolutions, sample rates, and channels of audio. This format is very popular with IBM PC (clone) platforms, and is widely used in professional programs that process digital audio waveforms.

Encoders tab

- Click OK to save settings and back to the Voice Recorder window.


- Drop down the Input list (5), choose Microphone as the audio source.

- Tick on the Record non – morphed streams at VCS (6) if you want to record your original voice without morphing effects.

- Hit the Record (8) button, start speaking into the microphone.

- Click Pause (9) to postpone the recording, Stop (11) to end the processing recording and Play (10) to re-listen to the result.

Start to record your voice

Note:
- Your voice should be clear and loud enough.
- You should start to speak right after hitting the Record button.
- Try to speak in your most expressive voice for the best emotional audio.
- You can control over a task via its contextual menu. Right-click on the task and choose a command. By this way, if you’re not satisfied with a recorded task, right-click on it and choose Delete then start recording again with better effort.