Manoj, pressing r will create a track and start recording. Shift+r will start
recording on a new track. You will hear what was recorded on the first track
as you record the second. If you press shift+r again you will record a third
track and so on.
You could, for example, record a speech onto the first track. Then record some
background music onto a second track. Or you could sing on the first track and
sing a harmony on a second track. Lots of other examples.
From: audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [audacity4blind] Multi track recording in audacity
Could you please help on how to do multi track recording in audacity? I use
audacity version 2.41 with NVDA latest version.