The answer is very simple.
The audio is recorded as an image file, which you can open and listen to.
You don’t have to download and play the file, but it’s better to open it and listen.
Here are the steps to capture audio:1.
Set the microphone on a microphone stand, preferably a small, sturdy one.
It will help you to get a sense of how far away the microphone is from the speaker.2.
Turn on the mic by pushing the mic cable down.
This will allow the microphone to be turned on, but not turned off.3.
When you are ready to record, press the mute button and the volume control to turn off the microphone.
You can then listen to the recording by simply holding down the mute and volume buttons for a few seconds.4.
The recording will automatically begin.
If you are listening to a recording, the microphone will be muted.
If the recording is in progress, you may need to pause it, rewind it, and re-record it.
If there are a lot of audio files, you can always re-enable the microphone at any time by pressing the mute/volume button.5.
You will need to select your recording as the “source” and the “receiver”.6.
Now you will need a microphone cable to connect the microphone cable and the recording device to your Mac.
You may need an adapter if you don’t already have one, or use a USB mic cable.7.
You’ll need a USB microphone cable, a microphone adapter, and a mic.8.
Plug the microphone into the microphone adapter and then plug the microphone in to your audio device.9.
Make sure that your Mac is running the latest version of the OS X software, as OS X 11.9 or later is required.10.
If all is good, you should hear audio.
If not, your Mac may not have enough audio to record the audio.