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PNME 2007: Getting Started with Audacity

HoldenSteve.gif PNME 2007 #37: Getting Started with Audacity: Hands On Demos With The Free Audio Editor

Beginners start here! In this session, you’ll learn the basic functions of sound editing with Audacity, a free open- source program available for anyone to download on the Internet. Although not required, it is recommended that attendees for this session bring their laptops and pre-install the Audacity program prior to arriving (Audacity can be found at: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/). Audacity supports Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. The instructor will be showing you step-by-step how to delete long pauses, “ums” and “ahs” and generally “clean up” your audio files so they sound professional and organized. In addition, you’ll learn how to import interviews, fade in and out music, insert intros, and align other audio content. Perfect for attendees who have never edited an audio file before. By the time you leave, you’ll have a basic understanding of how to edit and save audio files for your podcast. Instructor: Steve Holden of Aztec Media

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4 Responses to “PNME 2007: Getting Started with Audacity”


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    Here’s my post about Audacity:
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    And here’s my podcast about Audacity:
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