Simple Audio Recording
from your iPhone, PC or Mac
Skip to your platform
• iPhone
• PC
• Mac
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 1
Launch the Voice Memo
app on your iPhone.
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 2
Click the red button when
you’re ready to start
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 3
You will see a white circle
button with a red square
in it, and the audio wave
build as you speak.
When you’re finished, or
want to pause, click the
red square to stop the
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 4
The red button will fill in
any time you stop
When you’re finished,
click “Done.”
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 5
As soon as you click
“Done,” you’ll be
prompted to save your
voice memo.
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 6
Give the voice memo an
appropriate name.
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 7
Your voice memo will
appear in the list of all the
voice memos you have
stored on your phone.
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 8
Click on the voice memo
you want to submit, then
click the share icon.
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 9
You will see your sharing
Use the Mail button to
email the file to your
Or email the file to
yourself, so you can
upload the file per the
professor’s instructions.
iPhone Voice Memo: Step 10
Fill in the email
information. If you need
help configuring your
phone to use your Trinity
email account, visit the
Help Desk.
When you’re done, click
PC Sound Recorder: Step 1
Sound Recorder is a
standard part of all
Windows installations.
Start by launching Sound
Recorder from your
Program files.
PC Sound Recorder: Step 2
Click the “Start Recording”
button with the red dot.
PC Sound Recorder: Step 3
The green bar will
advance while you are
PC Sound Recorder: Step 4
Click stop recording when
your finished, or want to
PC Sound Recorder: Step 5
Save the file to a location
you can easily find again,
and click the “Save”
Once you’ve saved the
file, you can continue
recording, or submit the
file as per your professor’s
PC Sound Recorder: Note
Sound Recorder only
allows you to save as a
Windows Media file.
Mac users may need a
plugin to preview files. All
lab Macs have VLC, which
will play the file. Contact
the help desk if you need
Mac QuickTime Player: Step 1
If you have Mac OS X 10.6
or later, QuickTime comes
installed on your
Open Quick Time from
your Applications folder.
Mac QuickTime Player: Step 2
Open the file menu and
select “New Audio
Mac QuickTime Player: Step 3
The Audio Recording
interface will appear. Click
the red button to start
Mac QuickTime Player: Step 4
The button will turn into a
square while you are
recording. Click it again to
stop recording.
Mac QuickTime Player: Step 5
You can replay your
recording. If your satisfied,
go on to Step 6. If you
want to record again, go
back to Step 2 and start
Mac QuickTime Player: Step 6
When you’re satisfied with
your recording, open the
file menu and select
Save the file to a location
you’ll be able to find
again, and submit the file
as per your professor’s

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