How to Record Audio on iPad Pro: A Step-by-Step Guide

With the Voice Memos app , you can use iPad as a portable recording device to record personal notes, classroom lectures, musical ideas, and more. You can fine-tune your recordings with editing tools like trim, replace, and resume.

If you have an iPad Pro, you might be wondering how to record audio. Luckily, it’s a simple process that can be done using the Voice Memos app. Here’s how you can record audio on your iPad Pro:

1. Open the Voice Memos app: To do this, slide down from the top right of your screen and search for “Voice.” The app should show up, or you can find it on your home screen. If you don’t have the app, you can download it for free from the App Store.

2. Start recording: Once you’ve opened the app, tap on “Continue” and then tap on the record button. You can pause and resume your recording using the pause and resume buttons.

3. Edit your recording: After you’ve finished recording, you can use the editing tools in the app to enhance your recording. You can change the playback speed, remove silent parts, and crop or trim your recording.

4. Save and share your recording: Once you’re happy with your recording, you can save it to your files, email it, or message it to yourself. Voice recordings are typically low file size, so you can easily share them with others.

It’s that simple! With the Voice Memos app on your iPad Pro, you can easily record and edit audio. Whether you’re recording a song, a lecture, or just a quick note to yourself, this app has everything you need to get the job done.


Why can't I record audio on my iPad?
Go to Settings >, Privacy >, Microphone. Make sure that the app is enabled. If the app has permission to access your microphone, or if it isn't listed, contact the app developer.