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Voice Recorders

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Overview<br>

A voice recorder is a device designed to easily record someone speaking and to save that recording for later use. Digital voice recorders are far more useful than their analog counterparts because the recordings can be transferred to a computer, edited with tools like Audacity and shared individually or as part of a series (podcast).<br>

Stand alone digital voice recorders are available from the Library circulation desk. Also available are iTalks, voice recorders that can be used with some models of iPods.

Using Voice Recorders<br>

Here is how to record with the Olympus digital voice recorders:

1. Click on the Record button to begin recording
2. Click on the Stop button to stop recording
3. Click on the RELEASE button on the back of the recorder and pull apart.
4. Plug the USB jack on the recorder into your computer's USB port
5. Locate the recorder on your desktop (it's name will be WS_110)
6. Locate the audio files (e.g. WS1100001.WMA) and drag onto your desktop
7. Change the name of the file to the name of your recording assignment followed by your name (e.g. assignment01-alex chapin,wma)