In this final part, we’ll go over what you’ve learned in the course, I’m going to share with you some free Audacity training materials that you can download for free that will help speed up your workflow in Audacity as you go onto use it.
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In this part, I’m going to show you some special, hidden features of Audacity that you might not have known about. They’ll speed up your workflow and help to get you better results with your audio projects.
Exporting your finished podcast episode in Audacity to the correct file format is important to get right. Podcast hosts can be very picky about the file format and size of each episode. Also, you want to avoid losing audio quality, so that all of your work doesn’t go wasted.
In this part, I’m going to show you how to mix your vocals/your voice to music in Audacity. If you’re performing over a backing track, you’re adding music to a video or podcast, or you’re mixing a song, I’ll show you the tools and plugins you should be using and how to use them.
Find how to edit your music in Audacity. I’m going to show you a session with some guitar, some vocals and some percussion in. You’ll find out how to correct performance mistakes, fix timing issues and how to best prepare your music for the mixing stage to get the best result possible.
In this part, we’ll take a look at some recorded audio that has a bit of noise in the signal. I’m going to show you how to get rid of that noise for a signal that’s as clear as possible.
In this part I’m going to show you how to record your voice and your guitar into Audacity at the same time. This is going to be perfect for recording quick demos or for guitar teachers recording educational material.
In this part I’m going to show you how to record in Audacity to a backing track, if you want to perform over a beat or you’re recording a podcast over music or recording multiple parts to a song, I’m going to simplify the process in this video.
If you want to learn how to record your acoustic guitar in Audacity, then this video is for you. I’m going to cover both recording with and without a mic and give you some tips on how to get the best sound out of each.
This is how to record your electric guitar in Audacity. I’m going to cover both recording by plugging directly into your computer using DI and recording using a microphone and an amp.