Adventures In Audio Recording - Part V
Now, in my case Noise Gate was one of those Effects that I needed to add to Audacity. You may want to refer back to this YouTube Video for how to add an effect to your Audacity:
Of course you'll want to know where do I find the Noise Gate effect so I can upload it?
Here's the link:
Just click on (noisegate.ny) Download and follow the instructions in the YouTube video to get it into your Audacity Effects Arsenal.
Okay, now that you have Noise Gate among your Audacity Effects, bring up one of your recordings that you've done. Select the entire recording and go to Effects and scroll down the list until you find Noise Gate. Mine looks like this:
Sorry gang, there's still more to cover (which is why this series has so many installments). In the next entry we'll be covering ACX's other submission requirements: such as giving title, author, who's narrating, pacing, silence at the beginning and end, chapters, etc.
That's going to be a lot of material in and of itself so I'm going to close this entry here for now. In the meantime, experiment with Audacity, learn its many other tricks and functions that I haven't even touched on. Watch YouTube videos for tutorials, etc.
But above all, keep reading and recording my friends.