Recently I've been recording some game commentary with a friend. We both have our own computers and headsets. Our plans were to swap our voice tracks and edit them in to each others videos, so we'd ...
The goal is to alter the sound of voice so it sounds as the listener is underwater or in the womb. I've got some experience with Audacity, so I'm most interested in how to do it using Audacity. And ...
For encoding mp3s I use the Fraunhofer codec that I think sounds the best. I found it in Nero program and I can record my cubase arrangements in audacity and save it as a wav file in audacity and ...