One of the best rules of learning is: if you find something useful, share it. Teaching someone else not only enlightens them, it also improves your memory!*
I keep getting asked by fellow Lindens and Residents about how to record voice chat, which is very useful for capturing public events (meetings, classes, etc.) so they can be posted on a website and broadcast later. It’s also helpful for podcasting and more personal situations. Since you are awesome, I’ve done the following to save you time & trouble!
The basic process is: (1) record, (2) edit & encode, and (3) upload.
DOWNLOAD AWESOMER VERSION
In this sparkly video tutorial, I show you how #1 is done.
#3, uploading, can be done in a number of ways: perhaps the most easiest is via email attachment or a file sharing service, but if you have a webserver, you can FTP it. You could also upload it to MediaMaster and stream it on your land in Second Life.
Take this, apply it to your Second Life, and rock on.