In this video, walk through the many options available in Audacity for playing and reviewing the audio files you’ve imported or recorded.
- [Instructor] Let's take a look at the playback controls … we find here in the upper left hand corner … of the Audacity project window. … Now we've already seen that you can use the space bar … to start and stop playback. … - [Narrator] Well we have one farm on Ohi. … - [Instructor] So tapping the space bar is the equivalent … of clicking the play and stop buttons here. … Now that'll always take the play head … which is this vertical line … back to where it was when you started playing the file. … This can be convenient … if you want to review a section multiple times. … You can press the space bar, play a little bit. … - [Narrator] About one minute from a giant shopping center. … - [Instructor] And press the space bar again … to send the play head back to the beginning … and then press it again to play from the same spot. … - [Narrator] About one minute from a giant shopping center. … - [Instructor] Now for those times … when you need to listen repeatedly to a section, … you'll first make your selection, …
- Downloading and installing Audacity
- Importing audio
- Setting up hardware to record
- Recording two tracks simultaneously
- Basic editing and common effects
- Splitting clips
- Exporting a project
- Inserting silence
- Bleeping unwanted words and sounds
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: Delay and Modulationwith Alex U. Case2h 20m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
3. Basic Editing
4. Common Tasks
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