You can record yourself, your band, your student and slow the recording down to hear nuances in the performance and correct errors before they become ingrained.
To record directly into Anytune (iOS):
- Tap the Songs button (top left).
- Tap the Tunes category.
- Tap the green plus "+" button to reveal the Add menu.
- Choose Record".
- Tap the Record button to start and stop recording.
You can add to the recording by tapping the start and stop recording.
You can also preview the recording by tapping the Play button.
- Tap Save to save the recording to All Tunes.
You can record yourself playing along with a song playing in Anytune. The recording will contain only the input, and not the music playing in Anytune. Long Press the Play button and Tap "Delayed Play" to give yourself time to start the recording, then Tap Add > Record and start recording.
Anytune must have permission to use your device’s microphone. If you dismissed the request prompt in Anytune, you must enable microphone access in your device's settings.
Home > Settings App > Anytune > Allow Anytune to access > Microphone > ENABLE
Recordings are stored as audio files in Anytune. These files will be lost if Anytune is deleted. Please export these files to a backup location. See Export - Create a new version of a song.
Recordings are limited by your device's storage space. See How to check the storage on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
iOS devices have several built in microphones which will be used by default. You can also use the microphone on a headset or any other external microphone plugged into the 3.5mm mini jack or lighting port. There are many adaptors that will allow you to connect a 1/4" (Guitar) cable into your device. You will need a a TRRS cable to connect directly from a mini-out of another device like a keyboard.
Note: Your input is set to the last input device connected. If you connect headphones with a microphone after you have connected an input device adaptor, the headphone's microphone will be used for input instead of your adaptor.
Warning: If you cancel without saving, the recording will be lost. You will be prompted to verify that you want to discard the current recording.
Recording not built into Mac
Recording is not currently built into Anytune Mac. However, there are many options to record on the Mac, and the file can then be dragged into Anytune to import it.
Use Quicktime to record and import audio:
- Open QuickTime.
- File > New Audio Recording.
- Tap the Red record button, and record the audio you want.
- Tap to stop the recording.
- File > Save (command S) to save the file in a convenient location.
- Drag this file into the All Tunes list or a playlist in Anytune to import it.