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Creating an Audacity Audio Package

Creating an Audacity Audio Package

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Michelle JohnsonCreating an Audio Package with AudacityThe goal
To produce a package based on the script “volcano_radio_script.htm.” (You have a printout of the script.)In the practice file folder you should see the following files:To start, let’s open Audacity. Here’s the main screen:
Step 1. Import your first file into Audacity.Click Project > Import AudioSelect the file volcano_raw_track_capture.wavThis file contains the audio that corresponds to the first part of your script.Hit it the Space Bar or Play Button to listen.Step 2: Clearly there’s more here than we need. We want to start it at “Things are heatingup,” and end at “Scientist Jeff Wynn.”We can easily select the first portion that we need delete by clicking at the beginning of otthe sound wave and dragging to the right.
Result: Now, hit the Delete key on your keyboard or click Edit > Delete in the menu. Next, let’s remove the portion of the clip after “Scientist Jeff Wynn.” Select the wave justafter “Scientist Jeff Wynn” and hit delete:Step 3. Now, look at your script. The next piece of audio is an SOT (sound on tape) of Jeff Wynn. We won’t need to edit that piece so to add it to the package simply import it by clicking Project > Import Audio. Choose the file “Jeff Wynn SOT.”Result:

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