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Editing and Overwriting an Audio File

One thing that is quickly learned about Audacity, is that it is NOT a DAW* (digital audio workstation), and is NOT a wave editor. It is a full featured multi-track audio recorder and editor. When “opening” an audio file for editing, the file itself is never modified by Audacity – the audio data is copied … Continue reading Editing and Overwriting an Audio File

Ukulele Tuning Tones

A simple “tuning fork” plug-in for Audacity, specifically for tuning a ukulele. This plug-in just generates a tone of the specified note, which is basically what a tuning fork does, except that a real (mechanical) tuning fork is restricted to just one frequency, whereas this plug-in allows you to select the required note. Ukuleles are … Continue reading Ukulele Tuning Tones

Find Label (plug-in)

This plug-in can be helpful in situations where you have a project that has a lot (possibly hundreds) of labels, and you want to locate one specific label quickly by searching for the label text. While it is perfectly possible to scroll through the Label Editor window and look for the label text, the Label … Continue reading Find Label (plug-in)

Ramp Panning

Legacy plug-in by David Sky. Evenly pan your stereo audio, starting at one point in the stereo field and ending at another. -10 corresponds to 100% left, 0 to center and +10 to 100% right. Parameters: Start position: from [where -10 – +10, default -10] End position: from [where -10 – +10, default +10]