Easily record your own voice [podcast, audio book, memory, etc.] or an in-person interview using your computer microphone with Evoca’s online Flash recorder.
Use any built-in laptop microphone or external microphone that you plug into your computer. If recording your own voice, use a headset. If recording a live interview, use an external mic in a quiet location.
Recordings are instantly saved to your online Evoca account for listening, screening, emailing, and posting online to websites and blogs and Facebook and Twitter. Or keep recordings private. It is your choice.
Follow the directions below.
How to record using your computer mic
Step 1: Login to your Evoca account and click “Microphone”
Step 2: The first time you use it, you will be prompted to allow Flash recorder use or “allow” it to work
Step 3: The online microphone will appear on your screen. Click on the Settings button to permanently allow Evoca’s Browser Mic to access your computer microphone.
A prompt will appear. Choose the second button from the left, on the bottom of the prompt. It is the Privacy button. Also click the Allow and Remember buttons and then Close.
Step 4: You are ready to record any time you login
Test your audio levels. See below the volume adjustment slider and the modulation bar
When you speak, you will see green and yellow bars light up on the modulation bar. If you are not seeing yellow, your level might be a bit low, so you will want to move the volume adjustment slider to the right to raise the volume. But, if you are consistently seeing red bars light up, you will want to move the slider to the left to lower the volume, otherwise your recording might be distorted.
- Press the Record button on the application.
- Press the Stop button when done.
- Press Play to listen and decide whether to Save
- To re-record, press the Clear button. The recording will be deleted
- Start again by pressing Record
When you are satisfied with your recording, you can save it, give it a title, add a description, add tags, set the security level, or even email it to another person. You also can post it to your website, blog, Facebook, or Twitter. Or you can keep it private. You are in control.