From: Michael Walkden <michaelwalkden@ho...> - 2004-01-26 04:06:40
I'm not totally sure what your question is. I will try to answer it anyway:
I assume you mean that you want to listen to a previously recorded track
while you are recording a new track (Such as when you want to have yourself
play two instraments in a song). The way that I do this is to output my
audacity file to an mp3, wav, or whatever. Use another device to play back
the old track over headphones. Now you record like you normally would the
new track. This will allow you to have the new track be a clean track
without the old track's "noise" in there. You can combine the two tracks
back into audacity by importing them. I hope this helps!
>From: "Yechidah Sherri" <ysarai@...>
>Reply-To: "Yechidah Sherri" <ysarai@...>
>Subject: [Audacity-users] Dubbing Voice
>Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2004 23:18:03 -0500
>I want to record over a recording. How can this be done?
>(who's more of a musician than a technician)
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