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Q: What if nothing is recorded?
A: Click "Record volume control" button and then choose the right record source and volume. Please see Recording Tutorial.

Q: Why do I get "unknown" mixers in my "Record Volume Control"?
A: Recording process is closely related to the sound card. Sound cards vary with different types, your card needs to be full duplex first of all. We have a test utility here for you to test your sound card. Will you please run this utility, capture the result screen, and send us the picture? Thanks in advance.

Q: How long can Super Mp3 Recorder record?
A: Super Mp3 Recorder can consecutively record for as long as you like without interrupt.

Q: How can I save what I have recorded?
A: First, click "Browse" button, select the folder you want to save your recording file in the popup "save as" dialog box;
Second, name the new file and then click the "save" button on the dialog box;
Third, after you stop recording, your recording is automatically saves as the file you have created.

Q: How do I put my recording back on a CD so I can play them in my CD Player?
A: Simply record to WAV-files . All CD cutting software I know of can cut WAV-files as CD tracks. Read their manuals or online help.

Q: What are the system requirements?
A: Windows 98, ME, NT(professional), 2000 or XP, Full-duplex sound card is also required.

Q: Is your online order form secure?
A: Yes, it is 100% secure.

Q: Do I have to pay for the upgrades?
A: No! All upgrades are free to registered Super Mp3 Recorder users.

Q: Is tech support free?
A: Yes! It's free for all.

Q: How much is it?
A: Super Mp3 Recorder standard costs only $19.95 for registration. Purchase Now.
Super Mp3 Recorder professional costs only $29.95 for registration. Purchase Now.

Q: What happens after Registered?
A: You will receive an email confirming your order within 24 hours, which includes your registration code to get started!

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Recording Tutorials

Case 1: Recording from Microphone
Most sound cards provide the ability to receive sound input from microphone, headphone and speaker ports. This is useful for recording voice or sounds to your computer.
1. Connect your microphone's cable to your sound card's Mic In port at the back. If you are not sure which port is correct, you can check the sound card to see if it is marked (sometimes with a picture of a microphone), you can use a process of elimination, check the documentation that came with your hardware, or contact the hardware manufacturer.
2. Launch Super Mp3 Recorder V3.0 (standard version) or Super Mp3 Recorder Professional (professional version). Click Browse button to select or create a destination sound file (.Mp3 or .Wav). You can also use the default file shown below the Browse button. Your recording is automatically saved as this file.
3. Click Record Volume Control button to call up its dialog to set recording devices. Select Microphone and make sure the volume slider is at least half way right. You might see other devices, such as CD-Player or Synthesizer (MIDI), etc in the recording panel, uncheck all non-essential devices, this cuts down background noise.
4. Click Record button and speak into the microphone, you should see a wave pattern display of the audio in recording which indicates its volume. To adjust the volume for the highest possible performance, just move the Microphone's volume slider to and fro.
You can pause the process of recording by clicking the Pause button any time you want and then resume it by clicking the Resume button. When recording is complete, click Stop button. The recording is the destination sound file you selected.
Note: If your microphone has never worked, or it stopped working, first check the physical connection of the microphone. Verify that it is firmly plugged into the microphone port instead of the headphone or speaker port.
5. For standard version user, to listen to your recording, click Play button for playback;
6. For professional version user, you can click Play&Edit button to call up Sound Editor dialog where you can play back and edit audio files as you desire by cutting, copying, pasting, trimming segments and employing various DSP effects. The editing result can be saved as .Mp3, .Wav, .Wma, .Ogg, .Vqf files.


Case 2: Recording from Videotape
1. Connect left and right Audio-out terminals on your VCR to the Line-in port on your sound card.
2. Launch Super Mp3 Recorder V3.0 (standard version) or Super Mp3 Recorder Professional (professional version). Click Browse button to select or create a destination sound file (.Mp3 or .Wav).
3. Click Record Volume Control button to call up its dialog to set recording devices. Select the Line-in and make sure the volume slider is at least half way right. You might see other devices, such as CD-Player or Synthesizer (MIDI), etc in the recording panel, uncheck all non-essential devices, this cuts down background noise.
4. Test to adjust the volume of recording. Start the playback of the VCR and click the Record button in standard version or professional version. You should see a wave pattern display of the audio as it is playing. To adjust the volume, move the Line-in's volume slider. If the recording is satisfactory, click Stop button to finish testing.
Note: Depending on your sound card and the volume of source audios, you might not get enough volume using the Line-in input, then try the Microphone input, as the volume sensitivity through the Microphone input is generally greater than through the Line-in input. To use Microphone input, see Recording from Microphone.
5. OK, let's rewind the tape and start the playback from the point you want to record. Hit the Record button and stand by. You can pause the process of recording by clicking the Pause button any time you want and then resume it by clicking the Resume button. When you're done recording, click Stop button, and the destination sound file is there.
6. For standard version user, to listen to your recording, click Play button for playback;
7. For professional version user, you can click Play&Edit button to call up Sound Editor dialog where you can play back and edit audio files as you desire by cutting, copying, pasting, trimming segments and employing various DSP effects. The editing result can be saved as .Mp3, .Wav, .Wma, .Ogg, .Vqf files.


Case 3: Recording from WinAmp or Streaming audio from Internet
1. Launch Super Mp3 Recorder V3.0 (standard version) or Super Mp3 Recorder Professional (professional version). Click Browse button to select or create a destination sound file (.Mp3 or .Wav).
2. Click Record Volume Control button to call up its dialog to set recording devices. Select the Stereo Mix and adjust the recording volume for the highest possible performance. You might see other devices, such as CD-Player or Microphone in the recording panel, uncheck all non-essential devices, this cuts down background noise.
3. Now start the playback of WinAmp or streaming audio from Internet and click the Record button in standard version or professional version. Adjust the volume setting by observing a wave pattern display of the audio as it is playing. You can pause the process of recording by clicking the Pause button any time you want and then resume it by clicking the Resume button. When you want to stop recording, just click Stop button, and the destination sound file is there.
4. For standard version user, to listen to your recording, click Play button for playback;
5. For professional version user, you can click Play&Edit button to call up Sound Editor dialog where you can play back and edit audio files as you desire by cutting, copying, pasting, trimming segments and employing various DSP effects. The editing result can be saved as .Mp3, .Wav, .Wma, .Ogg, .Vqf files.

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