How to Record Audio on an iPod Touch


The Voice Memo feature on the iPod touch lets you create audio clips whenever you want. The advanced recording application lets you edit the audio clip on your device without the hassle of connecting it to your computer or using third-party software. After you've created a sound file you can send it to others from within the program or sync it to your computer using iTunes.

  • Tap the "Utilities" app and then select "Voice Memos."

  • Press the "Record" button in the bottom-left corner of the screen to begin recording. The "Record" button has a red circle in it.

  • Angle the lower edge of the iPod touch toward the audio that you want to record and then tap the "Stop" icon in the lower-right corner of the screen to stop recording. The "Stop" button has a figure of a square on it. Tap the "Pause" button that appears in place of the "Record" button to pause the recording. Press the "Record" button to resume recording.

  • Press the "Three Line" icon to access the recording. Highlight the audio file with your finger and then tap "Share" to send the audio to friends, tap "Delete" to remove the audio file, or tap the arrow beside the file to trim the memo. Trimming the memo lets you edit the file while you are using your iPod.

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