I'm having a problem with the program v. 1.3 beta. I used the tremolo on one
of my previous tracks and I exported it to a .wav file. Since then, each of
the tracks that I export have the effect on it, and I have yet to figure out
how to take the effect off. If you could please assist me I would greatly
|>>> From "zTra Lawson" <citnala33@...>
| Mon, 27 Mar 2006 21:40:30 -0600
| I'm having a problem with the program v. 1.3 beta. I used the tremolo
| on one | of my previous tracks and I exported it to a .wav file. Since then,
| each of the tracks that I export have the effect on it, and I have yet to
| figure out how to take the effect off.
Applied affects do not persist outside a given project so this could not
happen if you started a new project by pressing (CTRL + N) or by closing
Audacity and relaunching it by clicking Audacity.exe. I think you must be
mixing the track to which you applied the tremolo with other tracks
where you have not applied this effect, because you are using the
"File > Export as WAV" command. This will export all the tracks visible on
the screen irrespective of which ones are selected on the screen. To solve
this, close the tremolo track, if you are finished with it, by clicking on
"X" on its track panel and then File > Export as WAV.
Alternatively, select the tracks (excluding the tremolo track) which you
do want in the mix and click "File > Export Selection as WAV". The easiest
way to select multiple tracks is to select all of one track by clicking on its
track panel and then drag the left or right hand edge of the selection upwards
or downwards as appropriate, to include the other tracks. If you need to
move some tracks up or down, left click on the track panel and drag up or
down with the mouse, then release over the position to which you want to
move the track.
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