From: Richard Ash <richard@au...> - 2004-06-09 10:16:23
On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 17:46, John Chatfield wrote:
> Can I up load my cassette 4-track to a file and make CD,s from my home
> made music?
Providing you have a machine that will play the 4-track cassette, you
can copy the tracks to your hard disk, and the use audacity to
synchronise them, edit them and mix them to a stereo file, which you can
export and use to create a CD.
To get all the tracks syncronised, you will need to use the time-shift
tools from the Project > Align Tracks menu.
> And how much space do I need to down load this soft ware
The download is about 3MB, and you need a further 8MB or so to install.
However to use Audacity you will need much more disk space to store
digital audio on - about 1MB per 10 seconds of mono audio, or
> do you have a CD with this soft ware to load up ?
The only software you will need is the audacity download, available for
free from our website. We don't distribute on CD as this would be
expensive and less convenient for most people.
From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2004-06-09 15:59:20
John Chatfield wrote:
> do you have a cd with this soft ware to load up ?
You can download Audacity for free from our web site, or you can
purchase TheOpenCD, which contains Audacity and other free software for