Albany to Albion, I like that. My preference exactly. :-)
The below are excellent instructions. I'll just add this. If you didn't
record the new word at the exact target time, you can press shift-A during
playback to stop and set the cursor where you want the new word. Then make
sure only the Albion track is selected and press alt-T, A, C. That will
align the track to the cursor position.
You might also want to consider fading the edges to gloss over the insert.
[mailto:audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Liu Kai
Sent: Monday, February 13, 2017 3:13 AM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: Inserting one word in the middle of a track
hi, these instructions should work in win7
1. press enter on the track to select it.
2. ensure that no other track is selected.
3. go to just before the word and push the left bracket.
4. go to just after the word and press the right bracket.
5. go to the generate menue by pressing alt.
6. use the down arrow and find silence.
7. press enter on this and then tab over to ok.
8. give it a second or two to apply the silence, then press r to record and
say the new word
9. a new track would be created so go down to this track and press enter on
it so that the first track and the new recorded track would be selected.
10. press alt and go to the track menue.
11. use the down arrow and press enter on mix and render.
12. give it a few seconds to mix to the original track, it may rename the
track to mixed track, you can feel free to just rename it back to what you
had it before.
hope this helps.
From: Diane Scalzi <mailto:dscalzi@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2017 7:40 PM
To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [audacity4blind] Inserting one word in the middle of a track
I misread one word on a recording I am making. I need to be able to change
the word "Albany" to "Albion." What is the easiest way to correct this in
Audacity? Please be very specific in your instructions. All help