Learn about how to record into Audacity, including how to select your audio input device and how to properly set input levels in Audacity.
- [Garrick] Now let's take a look … at the actual process of recording. … I still have the project I created … in the previous movie open, and it just contains … this small clip of audio I recorded. … I'm going to click the X button here to delete this track, … and if you're working along with me, … you can just create a new blank project. … For this exercise, I'm just going to pretend … that I'm recording an intro voice over for a podcast. … I'm going to start by making sure my inputs are set correctly … and that my levels are okay. … Now we've already taken a look at this, … but as a review, I'm going to click the Input Device menu … here in the toolbar, … and I'm going to make sure the device I want is selected. … For this example, I'm going to use the UMC202HD, … which I again have connected to my Mac by USB. … Again, just make sure you select … whatever device you're using. … Next I'll click the input level meters to check my levels. … Now when you're checking your levels, … you want to make sure to speak, …
- 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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