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How do I record a music lesson or create a podcast on my LG KP500 mobile phone and save this to my computer.

Hi I read in the saxophone forum, Tony recorded his music lesson on a tiny mp3 player.

(1) Can I do the same with my mobile phone?

(2) Is it possible to record 1.5 hours voice to the tiny micro sd card.

(3) How do I save this to my laptop computer?

(4) How can I edit the podcast.

(5) If the speach is too soft how do I increase the volume to the same level as the music?

(6) What file format to use?

Many thanks for your forum


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Re: How do I record a music lesson audio on my LG KP500 mobile phone
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2011, 09:18:53 PM »

To record voice to your LG mobile phone
Press the [blue dice 4 button]
Click on the [Orange Square with clock ?communicates?] 2nd one up on the right hand side.
Click on the [cassette icon ?voice recorder?]
Click on the [ladder symbol ?settings?]
Click on [memory in use]
To store files to the removable micro sd card Click ?External Memory?
Start recording by clicking with [white dot button] the record icon will go to Red. To stop recording  press the [middle square button]
The file name will be scrolled slowly across the screen.
Saved as xx date .amr (Adaptive Multi-Rate ACELP Codec) AMR is file fomat used by many mobile phones while recording the speeches or audios.
To copy the file to your computer power off your LG phone.
Remove the micro sd card.
Plug the micro sd card into a USB/micro sd reader
(Available from PoundLand or ebay for ?1)
Copy the voice file xx date .amr to your computer.
The audio can be converted to a .wav file or an mp3 file with a free program "Audacity" for windows, linux, mac.
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/features-1.3-a For .amr use the 1.3 beta version. convert .amr to wav,mp3, and many other formats.
The free plugin lame plugin exports many different formats

« Last Edit: May 20, 2011, 11:53:52 PM by Tony Edge »