Episode #64: A Behind the Scenes Look at How the Soundtrack Was Created – Recording and Editing Audio Cheaply and Simply (2 of 2)
In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about what to do with that audio file we made last week in episode #63. Most of today’s episode discusses the use of the program Audacity, which is free and relatively easy to use. But just because it’s free doesn’t mean you can’t use it to polish your audio track into something that is CD-worthy. It does take some fiddling and trial and error (as all these kinds of things do), but after awhile, it gets kind of rote, and the process goes a whole lot quicker.
Here’s a link to an article I did on podcasting that may be helpful. There’s a link to download Audacity there as well as a lot of helpful links to tutorials that discuss audio editing. We go over some of that here, but many of the tutorials (done by people who know much more than me!) go into more detail.
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