Easily record songs from Window Media Player

Today's article will guide you on how to record songs being played on Window Media Player using the cool audio morphing program - AV Voice Changer Software Diamond.

About the program

Voice Changer Software Diamond (VCSD) is the highest edition among AV Voice Changer Software series of Audio4fun. This is designed to capture and modify any vocal input from virtually any source, and then manipulate it with a wide variety of unique built-in effects to create creative audio masterpieces for both entertainment and business purposes. 


Steps to take

1/ Turn OFF voice morphing effects in VCSD

 Click on Voice Recorder icon(1) or click Preferences on Menu bar to open Voice Recorder panel.

Open Voice Recorder

On Voice Recorder window, check on Record non-morphed steam at VCS(2) to record audio stream without morphing effects.

Voice Recorder window

2/ Configure recoding settings

Click Settings (3) to Recorder Settings window.

Select the Base folder, template tab.

Choose a predefined Base folder path (4) or click Browse (5) to choose the folder where your recordings will be saved.

Choose a name template from the Name Template dropdown box (6). It's helpful in recognizing the file type if the full information appears in the file's name. The meaning of each variable is explained in Variables section (7).

Customize VCSD Recorder settings

Choose an output format:

Go to Encoders Tab (8)

Check the Advanced mode checkbox (9)

Depending on the quality of the Playing Stream, double click on a suitable Stream (10) and select the type of output format.

In this tutorial, we choose the 44100, Mono for the Encoder (11) because the song that I intend to record is already at a quality of 44100, Mono.

Choose an output format

Click OK (12) to apply the new settings and close the Recorder Settings dialog box.

3/  Start recoding process

 Return to the Voice Recorder window, the new task's name (13) should be alike to the name template you have chosen in step 2. If not, redo the 2nd step.

Click on the Record button (14) to start recording.

Start recording

Click Stop (15) to finish your recording.

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