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  1. 1. How to use Audacity Aiden Yeh Wen Zao Ursuline College of Foreign Languages, Taiwan
  2. 2. Mixing Music <ul><li> </li></ul>
  3. 3. Category results Save on your hard drive/ usb flash drive
  4. 4. Creating your show using Audacity Download this sound editing software at
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  6. 6. Working with audacity <ul><li>Go to File, click ‘Save as…’ and save your work on your hard drive. </li></ul><ul><li>Click File again, and click ‘Open’ file </li></ul><ul><li>Look for the music that you downloaded from </li></ul><ul><li>Upload music. (You will now see it on the track.) </li></ul>
  7. 7. Splitting the track 1. Click on the title of the track 2. Click, Split Stereo track
  8. 8. Deleting the 2nd track Delete the second track
  9. 9. Start recording 2. Click ‘record’ button, to record voice. 1. Put the cursor at the end of the sound track 3. If you already have your voice recording ready for upload, simply, click ‘File’ and click ‘open’ 4. The file will automatically be uploaded to the track.
  10. 10. Adding voice recording Your opening music Your ending music Your voice recording/student’s audio file
  11. 11. Effects 1. Highlight the part of the track where your voice recording is or up to the part you wish to add effects on. 2. To make the audio louder, click ‘Effects’ and click Amplify.
  12. 12. Amplify Change speed Add ‘music’ to finish up your show. You could simply copy your intro music and paste it here.
  13. 13. How to copy and paste Highlight the part you wish to copy and click on the ‘copy’ button
  14. 14. Put the cursor where you want to paste your audio Click the ‘paste’ button
  15. 15. Saving your project Save your project Export your work as MP3 file
  16. 16. Looking for your finished product Audacity working file Produced mp3 file