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Voice Changer Software Diamond - Record song from Windows Media Player

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This tutorial will show you how to record a song with Voice Changer Software Diamond (VCSD) while keeping the song(s) playing with Windows Media Player. Whether the song is retrieving from an URL or from your hard disc, or whatever format it is, the song will be recorded and saved in the format of your choice.


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Click on the Recorder button (1) on the main panel to open VCSD Recorder, check the option Record non-morphed streams at VCS (2). This will set VCSD Recorder to record audio streams without morphing effects.

Tip: If you use VCSD version 6.0 or earlier, go to the Common tab of the Preferences dialog box for this option.


Fig 1 - Select to record non-morphed [VCS Recorder]

Click the Settings button (3) on the Recorder window to go bring up Recorder Settings window.

Select the Base folder, template tab.

- Choose a predefined Base folder path (4) or click Browse (5) to choose the folder where your records will be saved.

- Choose a name template from the Name Template dropdown box (6). It's helpful in recognizing the file type if the full information appears in the file's name. The meaning of each variable is explained in the table (7).

Fig 2 - Open the settings dialog box of Recorder

Choose an output format:

- Go to Encoders Tab (8)

- Check the Advanced mode checkbox (9)

- Depending on the quality of the Playing Stream, double click on a suitable Stream (10) and select the type of output format.

In this tutorial, we choose the 44100, Mono for the Encoder (11) because the song that I intend to record is already at a quality of 44100, Mono.

- Click OK (12) to apply the new settings and close the Recorder Settings dialog box.

Fig 3 - Choose codec in Encoder tab [Recorder settings]

Return to the Recorder window, the new task's name (1) should be alike to the name template you have chosen in step 2. If not, redo the 2nd step.

- Click on the Record button (2) to start recording.

- Click Stop (3) to finish your recording.

Fig 4 - It's ready to start recording [VCS Recorder]