From Wikiversity
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Welcome to the Audacity Forum!
Please read Audacity carefully before posting.

Join the threads below by beginning your reply with a colon (:) (or colons ::) and sign your comments using four tildes (~~~~). Start a new thread by clicking the + tab above, supplying a meaningful heading.

Source: Getting started with sound recording
Destination: Topic:Audio Engineering
Current: Audacity
Wikimedia Foundation
Wikimedia Foundation

Getting started[edit source]

OK. I'm Getting started with sound recording using Audacity. I've uploaded a couple of files:

I used mostly the default settings but checked the "Play other tracks while recording new one" box in the Audio I/O preferences. Audacity is fairly intuitive, once you get oriented. Let me know if you're out there making progress or having problems. --CQ 19:59, 14 February 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Audacity Wiki[edit source]

CQ and Mirwin have joined the AudacityTeam Wiki:

We'll be cross-posting resources, findings, experiments and other resources here and there. Join the fun!. CQ 21:51, 17 March 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Sympathy for Audacity "Noobs"[edit source]

I don't think you can underestimate the complexity of the average publicly developed application -- audacity being no exception. I hope that the development of this page can be "stupid simple" as possible, bringing the beginner (especially myself) very quickly to some reasonable if small success quickly, so as not to lose him in the complexity.--JohnBessatalk 15:49, 4 November 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]