I have downloaded tutorial, but seem to not get response out of buttons
(i.e. play) . Thank you for your prompt and courteous reply. I was
also wanting to mention I sent more of a message and could have sent
even more if space permitted. I have been working on an original album
size project for some time now and was simply wanting to try possibly
re-mix and or add sound effects to a more qualitative recording.
From: Richard Ash <richard@au...> - 2004-06-23 11:00:53
On Tue, 2004-06-22 at 22:08, John Chatfield wrote:
> thank you sir. also I have a 4-track cassette recorder how can I make
> cds with audacity?
As you probably don't have a 4-track sound card, you will need to record
from the 4-track cassette recorder in two sets of stereo tracks, and
then align them as you would separate takes in audacity.
Once you have done this you can split the stereo tracks into 4 mono
track using the track pop-down menu.
The 4 tracks can then be panned and mixed as you would on the cassette
deck. When you export the project from audacity to a wav file, it will
automatically be mixed down to a stereo file, as you hear it when played
The stereo wav file can then be used to create audio CDs using a CD
burning package like Nero or iTunes and your PC cd burner.
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