Andrew Downie, who's on this list has a short introduction, and this
includes selecting audio:
In addition, Jim Gammage is doing a series on Audacity at Talking Computers:
This is the contents for the November edition:
and this edition also includes an item on Punch and roll recording.
If you want to listen to a single track, you can solo the focused track by
pressing shift+s. Press the same keystroke is you need to un solo it.
If you export audio, the tracks are automatically mixed. Alternatively, you
can mix them using the commands on the mix sub menu on the Tracks menu.
Here's the manual page for these commands:
On Thu, 22 Nov 2018 at 04:33, johnny estep CEO for funnel your business <
I wanted to see if anyone could guide me to any good audio files
showing how to use audacity? Right now i use goldwave and the only
reason i like goldwave more at this point is just becuase of it being
easy to use when it comes to setting markers and so on for editing
text. This program to me seams a bit more complicated. I have yet
figured out how to set markers, and i have yet learned how you can
listen to the different tracks you record with out all of the other
ones playing. My other thing is how od you add all the tracks into one
track. I listened to one audio file from a page called cooltech but he
doesnt really say how to do things that much as far as what keystrokes
does what and so on. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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