From: Audacity Help <audacityhelp@au...> - 2005-02-10 16:27:15
> I'm attempting to record from my digital voice recorder to my computer
> and export as .mp3. I followed the directions in the faq on how to
> record from a tape recorder or you know, an outside source of some
> kind (the only step I deviated from is using "line in" in my computer.
> That port does not seem to work, so I use the microphone port and turn
> the volume wayyy down on my digital voice recorder).
> When I play the file back in audacity, it sounds perfectly fine. When
> I export it to .wav or .mp3 (with LAME mp3 encoder) I get this really
> bad echo.
Is the player you are using to play the MP3 file applying a reverb effect to the sound on playback? If you open the wav or mp3 file in audacity, does it still have the echo?
Also, make sure you only have the track you want to export in audacity - export will include any muted tracks in the project.
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