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Record Audio dialog box
n Capture From: Select your sound card or other audio source from the list.
n Input (Windows XP only): Select your audio input channel. For example, if you want to record your voice using a microphone, select “Microphone.”
n Recording Level: Drag the slider to increase or decrease the recording volume. If the volume is too high, distortion may result. If the volume is too low, the resulting sound may be less than optimal.
Adjust the recording level so that the meter indicators light up only to the middle of the meter, passing the middle only occasionally. If all of the meter indicators stay lit persistently, the recording level has passed the zero dB clipping point, and is too “hot.” If this occurs, reduce your recording level.
If you want Record Audio to automatically find a recording level that does not clip, click Auto. Record Audio uses the highest possible recording level. If clipping occurs, Record Audio reduces the recording level. If no clipping occurs at this new recording level, this level is used.
n Balance: Drag the slider to balance the audio level between the left and right speakers.
n Record Internet Audio: One Track saves the entire recording as a single audio file.
n Capture settings: Click the Options button to open the Capture Settings dialog box.
n Play project from current cursor position while recording: Select to play back the mix while you record. This option is useful if you are adding narration over background music, or if you want to add guitar to an existing piece of music.
Note: This option is not available in all applications.
n Record: Click to start recording.
n + (Plus): Click if you limited the recording time in the Capture Settings dialog box, and you want to extend the recording time. Each time you press +, recording time is increased by a minute.
n Add Track Separator: Click to add a track separator during recording.
Note: This option is not available in all applications.
n Stop: Click to stop recording.