Thanks for this Ted…I think I’ll have a play and get back to you if I need to
but thanks for the offer of a telephone call, I may well take you up on this at
From: audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Behalf Of Ted Galanos
Sent: 03 August 2020 15:27
Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: Fading out musical intro
Right, you would want to use the auto duck effect for where your voice Duks
down the audio track and then your voice goes over the end of that audio track
and you will fade out the last few seconds to silence or rather only your
voice. This is tricky to describe but easy to do. Give me a phone call later
today at the phone number below and I will talk you through it.
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On Aug 3, 2020, at 9:05 AM, Justin Trevino
Sarah, audacity has an effect called "Auto Duck." Be sure that your spoken
track is the track below the intro music in the track table. Select only the
music track and apply the "auto duck" effect. Audacity will pull the music
down for the duration of the spoken part.
On 8/3/2020 8:56 AM, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter wrote:
Yes this is another novice question!!
I’m quite pleased with msyelf that I’ve done the first short trailer episode
for my new podcast and it’s now on Spotify, Apple podcasts etc!! The editing
isn’t perfect but actually those who’ve listened to it don’t seem to have
noticed too much!!
Anyway one thing I would like to be able to do to imrpove future episodes is to
be able to fade the intro music down so I can speak over the alst few seconds
of it with my spoken intro but I can’t work out the best way to do this – any
suggestions / advice?
I’ve tried using the fade in the effects menu of Audacity but this didn’t do
what I wanted.
All help greatfully received!
With best wishes,