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Quick User Guidance - AV202-B on macOS

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Notice - Mac has M1 & Intel architecture model now. Macs powered by Apple silicon, such as the M1 MacBook Pro, can run both iOS apps and Mac apps, but they can also run x86-64 software that's been built to work on Intel architecture, thanks to something called Rosetta 2.


Step 1 - Hardware checking on your macOS

Notice - To use Audacity on your macOS, always to make sure the USB-Audio-Grabber is plugged on your mac's USB port, and Audacity software is not open.

Step 2 -Open Audacity & make necessary Settings.

Make sure your hardware is fine, then we need to configurate the Audacity before using it recording audio. Click "Audacity" ---> "Preference"

 2 - 1 Devices settings

Select "Devices" and make proper settings for "Playback" & "Recording / Device:". Here USB PnP Audio Device is the correct setting.

2 -2 Recording settings

At Recording please do choose "Software Playthrough of input", otherwise you can not hear the audio while recording.

3 - Start Recording

After the correct settings, you can find MIC Source, Stereo Recording, Built-in Output are well selected.

Now we just click the Red Record button (     )to start audio recording.

Reording by QuickTime Player

 QuickTime Player.supports Audio Recording as well.

  • Choose File > New Audio Recording.
  • To change the recording settings, click the arrow next to the Record button. Then choose your microphone and recording quality.
  • To monitor audio while it's being recorded, use the volume slider.
  • Click the Record button   to start recording. Click it again to stop recording. 


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