[audacity4blind] Re: first try..

  • From: John Hess <wysiwygtechnologies@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2010 01:36:56 -0400

Here is what I would do and if anyone has a better way please! pass it on.  
When a file is imported in to audacity it creates a new track for the file. I 
then cut the audio from the track and paste it to the track I want it to be on. 
Example you have audio on track one which is the first file you imported.  
Importing the second file creates track two.  For safety I press 
Command-Shift-a for mac which I believe translates in to control-shift-a for 
windows to deselect everything and then I use the down arrow to move to track 
two and press enter to select it. press the letter j to go to the beginning of 
that track and shift-k to select from there to the end of the track. I then 
press control-c to copy, pres press enter to deselect track to, up-arrow to 
track 1, press k to move to the end of the track and then control-v to paste 
the audio to the track. I then down arrow to track two and close it with 
On Apr 10, 2010, at 12:00 AM, key stone wrote:

> Hi list, after importing audio to my project from a mp3 file and trimming it 
> to how I want it; how do I import another file to begin on the same track 
> beginning immediately after the first  audio file? like a continuous song, 
> but from different files? i.e. like a dj mixing in another song? Thanks, Eloh

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