[audacity4blind] Re: New member with a question

  • From: van Ooit <vanooit@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 00:15:49 +0200

Hi Clif,
luckaly you are wrong.
you   can record the tracks in lose sessions and move them afterwords back as 
Say you want to move a track a bit or very much, just place a marker at the 
track where you want another to start, then select the tracks you want to begin 
Go to tracks and outline tracks go right arow and chose start at begin 
selection, give enter and you are set to go.
Happy playing.
Op 28 mrt. 2012, om 22:51 heeft Cliff Self het volgende geschreven:

> I have about 25 projects recorded on an old Tascam 4 track cassette deck that 
> I'd like to import into Audacity.  First of all, I assume I'll need some sort 
> of hardware interface to simultaneously input 4 tracks.  Any idea what that's 
> called and how much it will run me?  Then, will I have to worry about latency 
> or drifting?  I've found out the hard way that you can't just lay one track 
> on top of another, but am guessing that if I record all 4 tracks at once, 
> this shouldn't be an issue.
> Finally, and this is a bit off topic, my Tascam deck has two channels that 
> have stopped working.    Like I said, it's old.  My choice is to get it 
> repaired or buy a new one.  Any experience based advice on this would be much 
> appreciated.  These projects represent hundreds of hours of work and are 
> irreplaceable, so it's important for me to get them into a digital format.
> Thanks,
> Cliff

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