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Axia College Material Appendix K Creating and Submitting an Audio File Record your discussion questions and responses in an audio file and save it by following the instructions below. Along with the audio file, include a written dictation of the recording in the main body of the post. Copy and paste the audio file link in your post, with the written dictation attached in the Main forum so that you may share the file with your classmates. Recording Audio Files To record an audio file, you need to have a microphone connected to the computer. You can access the audio recording tool using the following instructions at the AudioAce ® Web site: 1. Go to the AudioAce ® Web site. 2. Log in with your student username. You need to use the same username each time you log in. 3. Instructions for using AudioAce ® can be found by clicking on the Getting Started button are on the left
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Unformatted text preview: side of the computer screen. Selecting the Getting Started button will provide you will full instructions on how to use AudioAce®. 4. When you are ready to record, click the round red record button. 5. When you are finished, click the rectangular red stop button. 6. When your recording is complete, click the save button and you will be prompted to name the recording. 7. Select the audio file you want to post from the Saved Recordings list, and click the Get LINK button. A link to share and post the audio file will be generated. 8. Copy and paste the link into the main body of your post. Note. One of the most frequently experienced problems with sound quality is due to improper positioning of the microphone. Use the echo suppressor and microphone testing tools prior to recording for best results. HCA 220r6...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course HCA 220 taught by Professor James during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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