Audio recording

It is possible to perform an audio recording of the instruments in a wave format file and also email this file in mp3 format (we'll get back to this point later).

To do so, click the icon to the right of volume control in order to display the recording window.

Volume bar and recording.

Audio recording window

Start or stop the audio recording (rec button).

Play the last recorded sound (play button).

Enable quantization to recording measure bar. Once enabled, the recording will start at the beginning of the next measure and will only stop at the end of the current measure. In other words, this option allows you to record a multiple length of the measure and therefore a well synchronized rhythmic loop

Clear the last record.

See list of files previously saved to disk

Save the recordings to a file on your computer (save button).

Recording takes three steps:

  • Press the rec button. The recorded sound is stored in the computer's memory buffer (not a file at this stage)
  • Check that the recording is correct by playing with the play button
  • If you're satisfied with the recording, just press the save button to save the file.

Sending the file through email

MotionKit allows you to email your audio recordings using the mp3 format. This can be very useful to create ringtones and send them directly to your smartphone.

Before sending your file, make sure that your computer is connected to the Internet with a

fast enough connection, and check that the duration of your recording does not exceed 2 to 3 minutes.

Sending an mp3 file by email:

MAIL Recipient's email address.

Start sending the file (send button).

Please proceed following these steps to send a file through email:

  • Do a recording like previously described in section audio recording
  • Fill in the MAIL filed with the recipient's email address
  • Hit the send button.


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