Audacity: The Free Dimensional Sound Editor, Part Two
Mar 15, 2011, 11:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Learn how to mix sound and voice to create professional and
audacious effects for your next audio project.
"Continuing from last week's introduction to Audacity, this week
you'll take a deeper dive into some of Audacity's advanced editing
features by learning how to create a professional sounding
introduction for your audio projects. These are the exact
techniques I used to create the introduction music and voice-over
for the Frugal Tech Show podcasts.
"This article focuses on Audacity 1.3.12 Beta on Ubuntu Linux
10.10 and uses a Logitech 350 USB Headset with built-in microphone.
I selected two audio files for this project: A 30 second music clip
and an 11 second voice-over clip. Mixed together with a little
advanced Audacity magic creates a studio-quality introduction that
costs nothing and only takes about 30 minutes to perform."