Music Track display areas are where the waveform appears when you finish recording. While you can't edit from the Recording screen, the slider to the right of the Voice Track display can be used to raise or lower the volume of the recording before or after you have recorded; you can use the slider to the right of the Music Track to do the same thing for volume of the Music recording. (Note: You cannot move these 2 sliders during the actual recording. Only the Master Mix Slider can be used while recording.)
In order to set the recording volume, speak into the microphone and watch the LED volume bars go up. You want your voice or the music to just touch the top of the bar and not stay there. Lower the volume until you get it where you want it.
Just to the right of the Track display areas is the Master Mix Slider, which can be used while recording to change the volume and to fade your voice and the music in and out of the final mix.
Farther to the right side of the screen you can locate audio files to include in your podcast by browsing through your files. Select a file and load it by dragging it to one of the function key buttons at the bottom.
When you have picked your sounds for the podcast, click Next.
Take a few minutes to explore the Tools menu. From this menu you can do any of the following: Launch the Editor; Launch ePodcast Express (the uploading module); Record Skype calls; and other useful functions.