To send audio files on Discord, Open the chat or channel > Click on the ‘+’ icon in the bottom-left corner > Click on ‘Upload a file’ > select the file > Click on ‘Open’ > Add text message > Press ‘Enter’.
One of gamers' favorite platforms - Discord, offers many features, and sharing audio files is one of them.
Since many people switch from social media platforms like Instagram or Snapchat to a more private and secure network like Discord, it's only natural to want to switch from Instagram's voice memos to sharing audio files on Discord. Bear in mind; however, Discord only has a feature allowing users to share prerecorded files, not direct voice messages like Instagram.
Discord is currently available across multiple devices, tablets, smartphones, and laptops or computers.
The step-by-step process of sharing audio files from each of these devices varies. In this article, we'll cover how you can send audio files on Discord using any of your favorite devices, so keep reading below to learn.
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On Discord's service, there is only one way to share audio files: sending the audio file directly in the texting section, or sharing the audio file while streaming live as a workaround.
First things first, we'll cover sharing audio files you have previously saved on your chosen device.
Follow these steps to send an audio file using Discord's desktop app:
After you send the file, if there are multiple members on the server, all of them will be able to listen to the audio file and download it.
If you're using an Android smartphone or tablet, you should be able to share audio files by following these steps:
Unlike Android devices, iOS devices do not have a feature as straightforward, allowing users to share audio files.
Hence, iOS users need to follow a workaround that can ultimately help with this particular issue.
Follow these steps to send audio files on Discord with an iPhone:
You will see the audio clip in the channel you’ve selected.
Before you do that, though, make sure to grant Discord access to your microphone. Follow these steps:
Most servers have a voice channel since it's easier to communicate than typing everything out.
You need to follow these steps to start a conversation in a voice channel:
That's it, the steps are quite simple. This option isn't quite like sharing an audio file, but rather joining a group conference call.
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Follow these steps to share sound while live streaming on Discord:
Note: To stream in HD resolution, you need to get Discord Nitro.
Since Discord is slowly taking over the messaging platform market, users can share almost anything, audio files, images, videos, or even whole folders.
The only limitation you might be prompted by is the file size, which cannot exceed 8 MB. The steps for sharing different types of files are the same as the ones we listed above for sharing audio files.
If you're tired of typing out lengthy messages where you need to do a lot of explanations, you should definitely consider sending out audio files on Discord instead.
In this article, we covered how to send audio files from any device, join voice channels and live stream your audio files instead.
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