– Easy integration with existing iOS projects
– Supports high-quality audio recording
– Customizable recording settings
– Pause and resume recording functionality
– Background recording support
– Audio visualization during recording
– Built-in microphone permissions handling
– Access to recorded audio data for further processing
– Seamless integration with AVFoundation framework

1. Open your project in Xcode.
2. Navigate to the root directory of your project.
3. Create a new folder named “AERecord” or any preferred name.
4. Download the latest version of AERecord from the official GitHub repository.
5. Unzip the downloaded file and copy the “AERecord” folder’s contents into the newly created folder in your project.
6. In Xcode, right-click on your project’s file navigation panel and select “Add files to [Your Project Name]…”.
7. Locate the “AERecord” folder in your project and select all the files inside it.
8. Click “Add” to add AERecord’s files to your project.

import AERecord

// Create a new instance of AERecorder
let recorder = AERecorder()

// Set desired recording settings, if necessary
recorder.settings.sampleRate = .highQuality
recorder.settings.format = .m4a
recorder.settings.channels = 2

// Start recording

// Stop recording

// Access recorded audio data
let audioData = recorder.audioData

– Recording format (e.g., WAV, M4A)
– Sample rate (e.g., High quality, Low quality)
– Number of channels (e.g., Mono, Stereo)
– Bit depth (e.g., 16 bits, 24 bits)
– Automatic gain control (AGC)
– Background recording behavior
– Audio visualization style

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