Sorry for the delay, it turns out it was just the one spot. I think I'll
just do the hole thing over again, because it didn't normalize properly
From: bob cavanaugh [mailto:bobdavcav@...]
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2012 3:48 PM
To: 'Discussion list for Audacity users'
Subject: [Audacity-users] what the crap?
I have no idea what happened here, but how do I fix it? Am I going to have
to take out the whole section of audio or can I edit the one part out? What
happened is that I put my show together last night, and I didn't notice
until I got the show burned onto a CD, that in two places so far that I have
discovered, a song that is in a later part of the show cuts in on only the
right channel, and the audio that is supposed to be there doesn't seem to be
affected. Is there a way I can just delete the audio that I don't want
without deleting what I want to keep? Also, does anyone have any other
reasons why my audio keeps going silent? I know my hard drive isn't full,
because I checked yesterday and I've only used 31% of the space on the
drive, including what I had of the Audasity projects. At this time, there
were two breaks that were being affected, and based on what my dad said
about the show last night, it sounds like it's the same two that were
affected before. That break is coming up here in a minute, if it is not I
will report back.