Either in windows or mac, Audacity is a multitrack sound editor and
To mix your voice with the music, it depends on what you want to do.
If you want to sing upon an instrumental peace, then you just need to
import your music into Audacity, have your microphone ready, press
record and then perform while listening back to your music.
By default Audacity is set to make it possible with no adicional
However, if you intend to duck the music for your voice to appear upon a
peace of music, you can use the Autoduck feature. I don't know about
mac, but in windows, you do the following:
1: Have the music and voice in 2 separate tracks in Audacity.
2: On your track list, select and move your voice track down, in case it
appears further up.
Now, the voice track will serve as a control track.
3: Unselect the voice track and select the music track.
4: In the music track, select the portion of audio where the voice will
5: In the effects menu, choose Autoduck and press enter.
In case you want to adjust any of the parameters of the autoduck
feature, tab through the window and type or use your up and down arrows
to adjust your values.
Hope this helps.
Às 15:57 de 02/12/2016, Maria Chapman escreveu:
I would like to mix my voice with some music. Can someone explain to me how
to do this with audacity and the mac, or point me in the direction of a
tutorial where I can find this info?
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