Free sound enhancement to twist your music and recording


Swifturn Free Audio Editor is a powerful real-time sound recording program. With it you can record sounds from any resource such as your own voice, music, lecture, vocal concert or any other sound by working directly with your sound card. The recordings can be saved in Wav-file format, MP3 format, WAV format or WMA format then you can re-listen to them anytime on your player.

Step 1. Activate Audio Recorder Window

Launch Swifturn Free Audio Editor. Click "New Record" (1) to select recorder Sample Rate & Channels (2) and click "OK" (3) to activate audio recorder window.

Activate Audio Recorder Window

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Step 2. Select Sound Source and Sound Card

Select a proper sound source (1). The names of the sound source to record streaming audios maybe different in various operating systems, usually named as Stereo Mix, Phone Line, Aux Volume, Video Volume, Mic Volume, Line In, CD Audio and so on. Then, choose the sound card from the "Line In" dropdown list (2).

Select Sound Source and Sound Card

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Step 3. Recording Settings

Now start the playback of the audio file that you want to record. You should see a wave pattern (1) display of the audio as it is playing. If the volume settings are too high, you can see the wave patterns being clipped off and appearing to fill the recording window. If the settings are too low, you can see only very small variations in the wave pattern. You can adjust the volume (2) according to your demands. You can set a specific time by clicking "Timer Record" (3) to automatically start recording. You also have the power to record without silence.

Recording Settings

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Step 4. Start Recording

After everything is set, please click the red round "Record" button (1) in Swifturn Free Audio Editor to start recording. You can also click "Pause" (2) to stop recording according to your demands. Then, click "Keep" (3) to input the recording to the waveform window of audio editor.

Start Recording

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Step 5. Save the Changes

Now, the recording is displayed in the waveform window, you can use editing function to edit it or add audio effects to meet your demands. You can click "Save" to save the changes (1). "Save File..." is to save the changes to the original file while "Save File As..." is to save the changes with a different file name and/or location. Various output formats are provided in the menu. Before you output the file, a window will pop up in which you can choose the preset quality or specify the configuration parameters of the output format. Now, enjoy your recording!

Save the Changes

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