Re: Looping With Audacity
I don't really know how to do this in Audacity ; I was using it a bit for a while but kind of put it on the back burnder. I'm trying to learn Reaper, but the learning curve is a bit steep. I could accomplish this using Goldwave. There is a trim silence feature you can use, and aside from that, you could always just find an appropriate place in the file and just repaste appropriately as needed. I think there are several ways to accomplish this and, maybe you'll have to get creative. If Audacity doesn't have a functino to automatically trim silence, or if it does but it still isn't to your liking (entirely possible), you'll have to edit manually. I have done this before as well but, it's been a while.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Sorry if this isn't too helpful, but, given the tools that you have, you should be able to accomplish something satisfactory. Someone more familiar with Audacity should certainly chime in.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Robbie Curtis
Sent: September 23, 2019 1:45 PM
Subject: [all-audio] Looping With Audacity
I need some help with looping a track using Audacity. I am helping a friend with her Youtube video and she wants some background music as she's talking. I know how to make the music repeat but I want to get rid of the silence in between the repetition of the song. I am totally blind so the mouse won't do me any good.
Would like your suggestions please. Thanks in advance.
Robbie J. Curtis
"Stay in peace, not pieces!"
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