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By Karen Hemmings   

Karen Hemmings
Karen Hemmings
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Sep 07th, 2019 06:17

Does anyone know of a recording app whereby I can record both myself and music easily, with clarity whilst with a client and then upload and send easily too via Whattsap or Dropbox as anMP3? I'm happy to use headphones or not. I'm sure with all the apps out there that there must be an easy solution. I have downloaded sound recorder which is great and easy to upload but I can't play music through the same device. I also have audacity on PC, but can't work out how to upload to send to clients easily. I want a really simple, time-effective solution that fits easily with client needs. Many thanks Karen

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Dawn Nicholl
Dawn Nicholl
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Sep 08th, 2019 03:30
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Audacity is a free download. you can record yourself and also add music to the track, export them both together into one MP3

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Kerrie
Kerrie
Member
Sep 11th, 2019 05:23
Re: Recording

Yes, Audacity is what I use. There is an EXPORT option that works easily.

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cas
Cas
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Sep 13th, 2019 12:15
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I also use Audacity and find that it works very well. It is very straightforward and has many functions to allow a very professional sounding recording. There are many easy tutorials on You Tube that detail step by step how to record, edit and use the many effects. Goodluck!

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Monique Wilson
Monique Wilson
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Sep 19th, 2019 06:10
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i use audacity as well...its great and free

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Karen Hemmings
Karen Hemmings
Member
Sep 21st, 2019 12:23
Re: recording app

Thanks everyone. I've downloaded audacity to computer and also a voice recorder on my phone - I had to place the phone strategically near my speakers so it wasn't ideal as not integral, but it meant I could Whatsapp the recording to the client easily afterwards. In Audacity, how do you then send the session to the client please?
Thanks so much.

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Duncan Adams
Duncan Adams
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Sep 21st, 2019 02:49
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Either by email or I use WeTransfer. which is a free file distribution service, which has the added benefit that you can see if your client as actually downloaded the file.

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Karen Hemmings
Karen Hemmings
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Sep 23rd, 2019 08:46
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Thanks Duncan
I'll have a look at that.
Kind regards
Karen

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