Editing Audio with Audacity

The Learning Dispatch

tools like Audacity at your disposal. or later) Audacity (free download here ) An audio file (Audacity natively supports major formats like WAV , AIFF , MP3, and OGG. Zooming in on a Clip When you first open up an audio file in Audacity (File -> Open), it may look something like this, depending on how long it is: Good grief! Editing audio is a fairly straightforward process, especially when you have excellent (not to mention free!)

Podcasting like a pro! (Part 2) – How to edit and publish your podcast recording

eFront

First step is to download Audacity & AoA Audio Extractor , and if you would like to use introductory and closing music you can find links to free resources in this post. Two things must be done before you begin: First, use AoA Audio Extractor to extract your file from GoToMeeting (or other recording tool) & convert to “WAV”. Note: if your recording tool allows you to export your file automatically to “WAV” you can skip the first step. Import Intro WAV.

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Podcasting for E-Learning: Editing and Producing Podcasts

The E-Learning Curve

While there are many excellent commercial, free-to-use, and open source audio editing applications applications available, the editor I will talk about during this series is called Audacity. You can use Audacity to: Record live audio. Edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files.

Behind the Scenes - How We Create Screencasts

TechSmith Camtasia

Audacity setup. Export to WAV file. I was absolutely blown away at the number of screencast examples many of you shared on this recent blog post. The screencast that was listed the most in your feedback was one done our Instructional Designer, Ryan Eash. I wanted to make sure everyone saw this screencast. Ryan has created a lot of our tutorials for Camtasia Studio.

7 Free Audio Editors for Your E-Learning Courses

Rapid eLearning

Audacity. Audacity is probably the most popular of the free audio editors. Here’s how Wavosaur describes the tool: “a cool free sound editor, audio editor, wav editor software for editing, processing and recording sounds, wav and mp3 files. Even though many elearning applications have their own audio tools, I usually don’t use them. I may for quick projects, but generally, I like to keep my audio production separate from my elearning course production.

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Podcasting for E-Learning: Introduction to Audio Production

The E-Learning Curve

You will need… Activity Requirement Audio source A Narrator Capture A Microphone Encoding Audio editing software Audacity Sound Forge WaveLab GarageBand Recording Medium Audio Tape (i.e. WAV) Editing Audio Editing Software The audio file is edited, & enhanced.