Tutorial - Your First Recording

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This tutorial has been broken into several sub-tutorials for ease of reading as there is a lot of material to read and digest.  The following topics are covered and should be followed in the order presented here:
 
This tutorial has been broken into several sub-tutorials for ease of reading as there is a lot of material to read and digest.  The following topics are covered and should be followed in the order presented here:
 
# [[Tutorial - Connecting Up]]
 
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## [[Tutorial - Connecting an Instrument]]
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# [[Tutorial - Selecting Your Input]]
 
# [[Tutorial - Making a Test Recording]]
 
# [[Tutorial - Making a Test Recording]]

Revision as of 10:48, 15 July 2011



This set of tutorials provide a guide to making your first microphone, guitar or keyboard recording with Audacity.


The Tutorials

This tutorial has been broken into several sub-tutorials for ease of reading as there is a lot of material to read and digest. The following topics are covered and should be followed in the order presented here:

  1. Tutorial - Connecting Up
    1. Tutorial - Connecting a Microphone
    2. Tutorial - Connecting an Instrument
    3. Tutorial - Connecting a Mixer
  2. Tutorial - Selecting Your Input
  3. Tutorial - Making a Test Recording
  4. Tutorial - Recording and Editing


Where to go from here

Take some time to play with Audacity. Record and edit more material. Practice editing. Try out different effects.

Tutorials

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