macOS 10.14 Mojave has pleased us with updated and new applications. “Voice memos” – in macOS 10.14 Mojave, now it is possible to record short musical sketches.
If you have already upgraded to the latest version of macOS Mojave 10.14, you can record and add voice notes to the macOS, even easier than ever. What’s more, voice notes come with iCloud support, which allows you to keep your recordings perfectly synchronized on any Mac.
Read more: How Can I Record Voice Memos on my iPhone?
This article talks about simple method for adding voice notes on your Mac. As you will notice, the application works similar to what is installed on your iPhone or iPad.
How to Record Voice Memo and Where are Voice Memos Stored on Mac?
To save a voting note on your Mac, just do the following:
- Launch the Voice Memos app on Mac in Application or using Siri (Trick: After updating macOS Mojave 10.14, you can find the application in the Applications folder or ask Siri to open it.);
- Record a voice note on Mac;
- Just press the round red Record button to record your voice note on Mac;
- To pause recording, you can click the Pause button at the bottom;
- Then click the “Resume” button to continue;
- Click the Save button to save your voice note on Mac.
You can locate voice memos on your Mac (actualy in iCloud), just do next:
- Choose System Preferences -> Apple ID;
- Click iCloud in the sidebar;
- Select iCloud Drive;
- Click Options;
- Select Voice Memos from the application list.
After recording, your voice note will be added to the voice note application on the Mac. This app is in sync with the cloud, so it will automatically appear on your Apple devices.