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Record a Sound

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With Windows, you can easily record a sound on your computer. All you need is a sound card and a microphone.

This How-To Article explains how to use Microsoft Window's "Sound Recorder" program.

Record a Sound

1. Click the Start button, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to Entertainment (if you are on Windows 95 point to Sounds), and select Sound Recorder from the menu that appears.

2. To begin recording your sound, click the Record button.

3. Record what you would like, and when finished, click Stop.

4. To save your sound, click the File menu and select Save from the menu that appears.

5. You can also add effects to your sounds. Click the Effects menu and select the effect you would like to add. Please note that each time you click an effect it will gradually increase depending on how many times you have clicked it.

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