To Robert & Andrew,
Thank you so much to both of you for giving such a detailed example.
I will give both a go.
You are both legends.
[mailto:audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Robert Hänggi
Sent: Saturday, 4 April 2020 7:30 PM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: Editting
instead of copy, try duplicate.
That is, select the first part and press Control+D.
This creates a new track with the selected audio in it.
Deselect that track, press once right arrow, this sets the cursor to
the end of the previous selection.
You can now select the pre-chorus or whatever by e.g. playing and
setting the right edge of the audio. Duplicate that etc.
In the end, you have to mute the first track.
Alternatively, you can use split cut.
That is, you leave the audio in the first track panned in the center.
Create a new track.
Select the audio in the first track that should go left or right and cut it with
This creates a gap in the first track so that all stays aligned.
Paste the audio in the new track and pan it to your liking.
Create as many tracks as you have pan positions in mind.
On 04/04/2020, Adrian <ado58@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I recorded a guitar solo on a track & now I want to use panning on parts of
For example, I want the intro on the left & the verse on the right & then
the chorus in the centre.
I think I have to do some cutting & pasting from the main track to a new
track but I have spent the best part of a week trying everything but I'm
When I have managed to select the right part & cut & paste, nothing is
it should be.
I checked youtube but most of it is visual & that isn't good for me..
Any help is appreciated.