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ENCODING SERMONS WITH A DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER

Sony Digital Voice RecorderDigital Voice Recorders are inexpensive and produce good results.
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MicroTrack Recorder
The MicroTrack is a high-fidelity mobile 2-channel digital recorder that records to CompactFlash.
Zoom H2 Handy Recorder
The Zoom H1 Handy Recorder is a portable digital recorder with a builtin MIC that records to SD cards.
dbPowerAmp
The dbPowerAmp tool can be used to quickly convert the resulting WAV files to MP3 files. Great tool!
This section gives a look at how to record sermons using a digital voice recorder. We recommend this as the easiest, fastest, and most economical method of getting sermons on the site.

Today's digital voice recorders are relatively inexpensive and because they are portable, they can record conveniently in any setting (church, special meetings, open-air, etc). The recorded audio can be quickly transferred to a computer and then converted to the MP3 format suitable for SermonAudio. Click here for links to some recommended tools.

    Summary of steps:
  • Use a digital voice recorder with a lapel mic or a line-in from your existing sound system to record.
  • Easily transfer the audio file to your computer.
  • Use any tool to convert the audio file to MP3 files.
  • All MP3 files are encoded at 16kbps bitrate (HIFI: 64kbps) but you can upload them at any bitrate and we'll auto-convert!
  • Use the Submit Sermon form to submit the sermon details and then upload the MP3!
TIP: For an example of a well-encoded MP3 sermon, please listen to the audio for this sermon. Note the volume level and the audio quality. If you can get your encoded audio to sound like this when you're done then you're on the right track.



The following screen shots will take you through the process of transferring the recorded audio FROM your digital voice recorder TO your computer (using the Sony Digital Recorder as an example).

TRANSFER AUDIO FROM VOICE RECORDER

The first step is to actually record the audio into the digital voice recorder (you can use a lapel mic for best results). Then, you can transfer the audio as a WAV file from the recorder to your computer using the following steps. The screenshots shown are from Sony's "Digital Voice Recorder Software" tool. Depending on your recorder's make and model, your steps may be different from what's shown below.





CONVERT WAV FILE TO MP3 FILE

The final step will be to convert the resulting WAV file to an MP3 file. To do this you can use any MP3 converter tool. For this type of straight encoding work, we recommend the dbPowerAmp tool, but you can click here for links to other recommended tools.

We've provided additional step-by-step screenshots on how to convert WAV-to-MP3 using dbPowerAmp.

HIFI OPTION: Broadcasters that have the HIFI option enabled can upload media at higher bitrates. You must have this option enabled for your account in order to use the HIFI bitrates. To learn more, click here..
AUTO-CONVERT: You can actually upload your audio in ANY MP3 format and we will automatically convert it to the correct MP3 bitrate with the ideal settings for optimum sound quality! To learn more, click here..

YOU ARE DONE! CONGRATULATIONS!

At this point you have created the MP3 file suitable for SermonAudio. The next step is to actually upload the file to the site and get your sermon online! Click here to see how to SUBMIT and UPLOAD your sermon.



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