Nowadays we use voice memos for various tasks including recording notes for work, making voice record when you’re attending a lecture or conducting an interview, or recoding a quickie reminder about something or recoding short song sketches or covers. If you don’t want to keep all the voice memos on your iPhone for it takes up much storage space for one hand, for another, you want to bring them down to your Mac for record keeping, there are a couple of options available there.
Option 1: Download from iTunes to your computer
If you want to send voice memos to the computer which you have chosen to sync your iPhone to, it's relatively easy.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to your computer via USB or Wi-Fi sync and open iTunes.
Step 2: Click the icon that represents your iPhone along the top menu bar.
Step 3: Select the Music option from the sidebar.
Step 4: Check the "Sync voice memos" box, provided that it's not already checked.
Step 5: Press Apply (or Sync) in the bottom right corner.
And your voice memos will then download to your iTunes Library. From there, you can drag memos to your desktop or anywhere else you want to store them.
Option 2: Bring Voice Memos down to Mac with AirDrop
If you're not using the computer you have sync to iTunes or you would like to steer clear of iTunes, there's a much simpler, easier way to bring your memos onto your computer: AirDrop. Enable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on both your iPhone and Mac, and then follow the steps below:
Step 1: Open Voice Memos on your iPhone.
Step 2: Select the track you'd like to download.
Step 3: Tap the Share button.
Step 4: Wait for your computer's AirDrop icon to appear, and tap it.
Your voice memo will then download to your Mac's Downloads folder.