Okay, I misinterpreted "at the end of the project". You meant at the bottom of the tracks list, but I was thinking timewise, so Shift+r is what you want. Sorry.
Well, 2.2.0 is unofficially released. I was waiting until I heard from my translators that the released bits work in their languages. That is just a precaution, since the rc works with other languages. The only change is that I changed the installer a bit. When it installs, it warns if there are scripts in the destination folders. That test used to be audacity.*. Now it checks for the possible script file extensions, so you could have something like audacity.jss~, say from a backup file created by Emacs, that wouldn't trigger the warning. I know that's not the kind of change that be made after an rc, but I'm hoping Murphy (the one with the law) is busy elsewhere! :-)
On 5/16/2018 5:59 AM, David Bailes wrote:
R does append now, but I don't think I wrote anything to contradict this, did I?
Great to see that you've released version 2.2.0 of your script.
On 15 May 2018 at 08:53, Gary Campbell <campg2003@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:campg2003@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Doesn't r append now?
Jim, since you're using JAWS, you might want to try the JAWS
script for Audacity
It gives a lot of feedback and makes accessing some information,
like the start and end time of the selection easier to get. You
can look at the README
<https://github.com/campg2j003/JAWS-Script-for-Audacity>, press h
a couple of times to get to the start of the README.
On 4/24/2018 3:56 AM, David Bailes wrote:
welcome to the list. Just out of interest, which audio editor are
you using at the moment to record your shows?
There are a number of ways in Audacity to do what you want to do,
but perhaps the most straightforward is to have each voice break
and each song as a separate track.
Some of the important points in doing this:
1. If you import some audio, which in your case would be a song,
a new track is appended to the project, and the audio is inserted
into that track. The shortcut for importing audio is ctrl+shift+I.
2. For recording each voice section, if you press shift+R, this
records in new track at the end of the project. On the transport
menu, there is a transport sub menu, where you should make sure
that the overdub option is not checked, as you don't want to hear
any of the other tracks when you record your voice.
3. When you've got all your tracks together, you then need to
align the audio in the tracks so that they play after each other,
rather than all at the same time. To do this, press ctrl+shift+k
to select all the tracks, open the tracks menu, open the align
tracks sub menu, and choose align end to end.
If you need more detailed information of certain issues, just
mail the list,
On 18 April 2018 at 18:52, jimrawls <jazzpiano@xxxxxxxxx
My name is jim, and I’m in southern California. I have a show
on the global voice, and I want to be able to record both
voice breaks between songs that I play and then, go back to
whatever music I want to include on the show. How do I set up
audacity to do both use my microphone and then, record files
that I have in my music files? I am not a whiz at the
computer so keep that in mind please. I am using windows
ten, and jaws 18. I have audacity 2.2 installed. I need lots
of help here. Frown. Thanks for your help in advance. Jim