BEGINNER Audacity Tutorial #4 – Editing tracks in Audacity
This Audacity tutorial takes you into some of the basic but essential editing functions in the free Audacity audio editing software. You’ll be moving things around like a pro after you learn what I have to teach you in this video tutorial for Audacity. I’m also going to give you some very needed cautions about using these editing methods when working with a mono track. You can really mess things up and actually MAKE work for yourself if you don’t heed what I’m telling you here. In this video Audacity tutorial you’ll learn:
How to use the ZOOM TOOL to get in close to your audio tracks so that you can make precision edits.
How to use the SELECTION TOOL to choose the sections you want to edit or modify.
How to use the CUT, COPY, AND PASTE tools to move around portions of the audio you are editing.
How to change a stereo track into a mono track.
How to be VERY CAREFUL in editing mono tracks so that you don’t make a big mess for yourself!
Also mentioned in this video Audacity tutorial were the following links!
These Audacity tutorials are like a video manual for Audacity, one step at a time so that you can SEE what to do rather than read it. I’m eager to put together truly helpful tutorials that enable you to learn the free Audacity software with less hassle and in less time! Let me know what functions of Audacity YOU’D like to see me cover in future Audacity tutorials!
It may seem pretty simple to open up a file, but when it’s a new program (like Audacity may be to you) it can be a bit confusing. The bottom line is that you won’t be able to make use of these tutorials for Audacity unless you are able to get audio into the program to begin editing. There are two different ways to get audio files into the program, “open” and “import.” The “open” function is used to bring both program files and other types of files (mp3 for example) into the program. The “import” function will ONLY bring in non-Audacity files (mp3, wav, etc.). Those are the kinds of things this free Audacity tutorial will teach you how to do! Here’s the specifics of what you can expect to learn in this video tutorial…
You’ll learn how to start a new Audacity project
I’ll show you how to open an existing Audacity project
You’ll see how to import non-audacity audio into a project
You’ll learn how to save your project as an Audacity file
Finally, I’ll show you how to export your project to other formats you can use elsewhere (mp3, wav, etc.)
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Tutorials for Audacity – Beginner #1 – Learn your way around the system!
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This is tutorial # 1 (beginner) for the absolute newbie to Audacity! In this video tutorial you will learn:
Audacity basic windows-type menu options
Audacity input & output volume controls
Tools for track manipulation and modification in Audacity
What all the cool little lights and meters in Audacity are for
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