Recording your voice on a Mac is a useful skill, whether you’re a podcaster, musician, or just need to record a quick memo. In this article, we will show you how to record your voice on a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iMac using the default program, QuickTime Player.
To begin, move your mouse to the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner of your screen and click on it. This will open the Spotlight search. Type “QuickTime” and press Enter. QuickTime Player will open automatically.
Once you have opened QuickTime Player, move your mouse over “File” and select “New Audio Recording.” A small settings window will appear, and you can select the microphone you wish to use as well as set the quality to high or maximum.
After you have adjusted the settings, click the “Record” button to start recording your voice. Speak into the microphone, and your voice will be recorded. To stop recording, simply click the “Stop” button.
To save your recording, click the red button and select where you would like to save the file. You can also change the name of the file if you wish. Once you’ve saved your file, you can play it back using QuickTime Player or another media player.
Recording your voice on a Mac is a simple process that can be done quickly and easily using QuickTime Player. Whether you’re a professional or just need to record a quick memo, this guide will help you get started.