It’s a web-based marriage made in cyber heaven … using Skype + Evoca to record your interviewee a mile away or thousands of miles away using Skype and Evoca’s voice-to-web service, Evoca Express. It’s easy to sign up and then use immediately. Record, hang up, and the MP3 recording is right there in your Evoca account to email, post, share, or keep private.
Sign up for an Evoca Express subscription, free trial or Pro or a susbcription with a dedicated Local or Toll-free number. You will register your Skype account during the sign up process. Pro, Local, and Toll-free accounts get up to 30 registered Skype accounts (and phone numbers). The free trial gets you started with 3 registered Skype accounts (and phone) numbers.
If you are already an Evoca Express subscriber, register your Skype account. See how at: http://www.evoca.com/how-to/create-recordings/register-skype-accounts/. Our YouTube How To video about it is at the bottom of the page. Or go to the video in our YouTube channel directly.
To record your own voice using Skype go to: http://www.evoca.com/how-to/create-recordings/record-using-skype/. Our YouTube How To video about it is at the bottom of the page. Or go to our YouTube channel video.
To record an interview using Skype go to: http://www.evoca.com/how-to/create-recordings/record-skype-interviews/. Our YouTube How To video about it is at the bottom of the page. Or go to our YouTube channel video.
Reminder: you can also use any of Evoca’s worldwide phone numbers to interview other people or your own voice, right from your registered phone number.
For more Evoca How To articles and videos, visit our online How To section devoted to helping you “empower your voice” with Evoca.