If you were to make a recording of your voice with the "Windows Sound Recorder"
that was 60 seconds long and save it, it would be 1.26 mb .wav in size. But you can reduce this to only 117 kb if you made it a .mp3 file instead. Here's how to do it.
Open sound Recorder by going to Start/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment for (Windows 98)
Open sound Recorder by going to Start/Programs/Accessories/Multimedia for (Windows 95)
Press the "Record button" to start the recorder
As you're speaking into the microphone your sound recorder should have a voice pattern.
After you're done press the "Stop button"
To hear your recording press the "Play button"
Next Click "File/Save As from the menu
enter your file name and then click the "Change button".
Another window opens up.
Here For "Format" click the "Drop down button" and select "MPEG Layer-3"
For "Attributes" click the "Drop down button" and select
16 kBits/s, 12,000 Hz Mono 2KB/s
Click Save and you see the conversion of the file to a .mp3
All done !!
If you want a simple flash button that can stream the MP3 you have created, i can mail you one
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