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Setting up Audacity for making podcasts. Includes references to using Creative Commons audio works.

Setting up Audacity for making podcasts. Includes references to using Creative Commons audio works.


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  • 1. Recording in Audacity
  • 2. In this BBB we will…
    • Open and setup Audacity
    • Download and install the LAME encoder for MP3
    • Conduct a practise recording
    • Import the recording into iTunes
    • Eat yummy food
  • 3. Remember del.icio.us?
    • Go to del.icio.us/smc_professional
    • Click on the LAME MP3 encoder link – the zip file will save to your computer
    • Unzip the file into My Documents/LAME
  • 4. Getting started with Audacity
    • Open the program
    • Go to Edit -> Preferences
    • Select 44.1Khz
    • Check your audio input and output options
    • Go to Start - > Control Panel -> Sounds and Audio Devices
    • Check your microphone settings
  • 5. Install the LAME MP3 encoder
    • LAME MP3 is licensed and is not included automatically with Audacity
    • Go to Edit -> Preferences -> File Formats
    • Under MP3 Export Setup, click “Find Library” and navigate to My Documents/LAME/lame_enc.dll
    • Audacity can now export in the MP3 format
  • 6. Test Audacity
    • Click the Big Red Button and begin speaking!
    • Click stop
    • Rewind and test your recording
  • 7. Background Music
    • We cannot use copyrighted music
    • We can use creative commons music
    • Go to del.icio.us/smc_professional and click on the two creative commons links
    • These artists expect their work will be used in these broad contexts.
    • Download and import into Audacity using Project-> Import Audio
  • 8. Save and export
    • These are two different steps:
      • Saving your work creates and audacity file
      • Exporting your work creates an MP3 file
    • Export your file to a logical folder ready to transfer to iTunes