Teaching Examples

Tutorial: Getting started with Audacity
May 11, 2007, 4:44 am
Filed under: audio, online, reporting, training, tutorial

Audacity is a free audio editing program that runs on Windows, Macs and Linux. There are already a lot of tutorials online for Audacity, but of course I think mine is the best. It’s heavily illustrated. And you can print it.

Super-Fast Guide to Audio Editing (PDF, 236 KB)

Don’t forget, the Audacity manual is online if you want to go further!

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Woo hoo! I have been meaning to learn audacity. I’m going to check this out as soon as I get home from work. Then I will have all weekend to play with it. Thank you for the tutorial.

Comment by Kate

Fabulous! I’ve just passed it around to all the newsroomers. Thanks!

Comment by Danny

Let me know if I should change anything. (I was torn about including the 22.05 kHz part.)

Comment by Mindy McAdams

Looks good to me, but then again, I am learning how to do this by editing audio and pictures of my extended family’s Vegas Vacation into Soundslides. The audio is kind of bad in some cases, as some was done in a noisy casino and others in a noisy airport (with slot machines).

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