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HOW TO RECORD A KARAOKE SONG (ADVANCED)
Unlike project 3, which guides you to record your karaoke singing in a simple way, this project will show you how to capture karaoke songs in a more advanced way assuring a better and more enjoyable quality .



Step 1: Adjust the Windows Volume Control
Double click on the small speaker in the right corner of your taskbar to open the Windows Volume Control.
Click the Options menu and choose Properties.
The Properties window now comes up. Check Recording then Stereo Mix in the list of volume controls underneath. Click OK.



The Recording Control now appears. Select Stereo Mix and lower the volume slider for a good recording result. Then close the window.



Step 2: Record the background music

Open the karaoke song (usually from a karaoke CD/DVD) by a media player (such as Windows Media Player or PowerDVD, etc).
Open AV Music Morpher Gold and click the Recorder button on the Player panel. The Record dialog will come up.

   
Play the karaoke song and press the red button on the Record dialog of AV Music Morpher to begin recording the background music. Press this button again when you want to stop the process.
Use the Play and Stop buttons to play back your recording. If you are satisfied with the result, click Save. The Save As dialog will appear, choose a desired file name and audio format. If you are not satisfied with the result, record again. We may call the music file here File 1.

Step 3: Record the singing voice
Repeat Step 1 (Adjust Windows Volume Control) but select Microphone in the Recording Control window.



Play the karaoke song and start singing into the microphone. Press the red button on the Record dialog of AV Music Morpher to begin recording your singing voice. Press this button again when you want to stop the process.



Use the Play and Stop buttons to play back your recording. If you are satisfied with the result, click Save. The Save As dialog will appear, choose a desired file name and audio format. If you are not satisfied with the result, record again. We may call the voice file here  File 2.

Step 4: Mixing the singing voice with the background music

Click the Editor tab on the module bar of AV Music Morpher.
The Editor now comes up. Click New Multitrack Session on the toolbar to open multitrack window.



Right click on the track 1, choose Add New Clip From File to import the Music file (File 1) into AV Wave Editor.
Right click on the track 2, choose Add New Clip From File to import the Voice file (File 2) into AV Wave Editor



Click Play button to hear the result. If the voice doesn't meet the sound, click the track and hold the right mouse button to move the track up or down. Let the music be playing when you moving the track to hear the result immediately.
To add just the volume, pan, equalizer of each track, right click on the track you want to adjust and choose Track Properties. At the track properties dialog box you can add just the volume, the pan and the equalizer to meet your desire.



Click File on the menu bar and choose Save as to save your work. Choose mp3 format to save your song.



Note: You may edit both files with available editing tools, such as copy, cut, paste, or apply more effects to improve music quality and make your song more fascinating.