If you’re a desktop user either with Windows or Mac, you’re able to record with audio only by using the Audio Only mode of RecMaster. The Audio only mode allows you to record external and internal audio simultaneously or separately with high quality.
To begin with, you need to check the status of your audio devices. If you don’t have an external microphone, you can use the built-in microphone to record.
Step 1: Download RecMaster from RecMaster’s official website or the download link below.
Step 2: Start RecMaster and choose Audio only mode
Step 3: Do settings
There are many functions in the Audio Only window.
Audio format: It offers two options for audio format whether save in MP3 or WAV.
System sound: It captures internal audio coming from your computer.
Microphone: It captures external audio coming from your microphone.
Task Schedule: It helps you accomplish fixed-time recording like regular meeting.
Settings: It consists of 4 parts: General/ Hotkeys/ Watermark/ Auto-start.
There are options for storage path, mouse cursor effect, Hotkeys settings, watermark, auto-start and floating bar.
Recording list: Files are stored at this place after recording. Here you can play, edit, rename the audio file.
Step 4: Start recording
You can click REC button or directly use Hotkeys Alt+1 (default settings) to launch an audio recording.
Step 5: End recording
If you want to end this audio recording, you can press the Stop icon or use Alt+2 to over.
RecMaster makes up the shortcomings of QuickTime which is unable to capture internal audio and offers more features. Now let’s see how to record with audio only.
Step 1: Download and launch RecMaster on your Mac.
Step 2: Launch and choose Audio only
Step 3: Configure settings
Audio format: m4a and caf are two available audio formats for you.
System sound: It helps you capture system audio.
Microphone: It records your voice coming from external audio device.
Settings: There are 3 parts: General/ Shortcuts/ Auto-split. General is for format, mouse cursor. Shortcuts are the Hotkeys combinations. Auto-split is for recording split.
Step 4: Get started
Click REC or use command+1 to start audio recording.
Step 5: Finish recording
Press Stop or use command+2 to end this recording
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