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Posted on Jun 29, 2010 in Convert tapes to MP3, Multimedia | 0 comments

Audacity tutorial 3 – Editing a recording

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Quick links for Audacity/Cassette to MP3:-

Overview and configuring the hardware
Tutorial 1 – Installing Audacity
Tutorial 2 – Recording
Listening to line in on Windows XP
Listening to line in on Windows Vista
Tutorial 4 – Installing LAME Mp3
Tutorial 5 – Exporting
Audacity Homepage


In our second Audacity tutorial video, we will demonstrate how to start editing the audio that you captured. We will show you how to split a large audio capture into more manageable chunks or tracks, ready for exporting in the next tutorial.

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Additional notes

If you are working on a larger project it is a good idea to take a backup periodically. Simply save the project under another name to make a backup copy of it.

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