Editing essentials: You’re going to find these in every audio editor. If you’ve never worked with audio editing before, you should use learn how to use these first.
Add a new track: Open a new audio session or mix your audio with sound and music. /”Track” or “File-import” tabs.
Fade in/out: To avoid starting and finishing the audio abruptly, use the fade in/fade out features.
Cut: Remove the parts you don’t need. /”Edit” tab.
Insert silence: You can insert silence at cuts or at parts where you want to add music later. /”Generate” tab.
Compressor: One of the most important features is to level out differences in volume. /”Effect” tab.
Save track: If you just want to save the Audacity project to work on it later, use the “Save Project As”. /”File” tab.
Export audio: To export the finished audio go to “Export audio” at “File”.
In my next post, I’ll talk about where to find background music and other sounds for your audio lesson.