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Jim Mack
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Silence a small section of just one channel in a stereo recording (Audacity)

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Difference between frame and sample in waveform

10 votes

Is it a good idea to use headphones for audio production?

6 votes

What is 0 dB in digital audio?

5 votes

Does having a long 3.5mm cable degrade audio quality?

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Why does public speaking setup often include multiple microphones?

5 votes

Audacity: calculate exact amplification

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What's audio equivalent of FPS in video, and what's the current limit of capturing the maximum?

4 votes

Connect Line Level To Mic Level

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Phantom Power Staying On

4 votes
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Acapella (vocals) samples

3 votes
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How to correct tempo of a draft song?

3 votes

How do I use Audacity to make two tracks match volume?

3 votes

How to remove unwanted sounds from 'silence'?

3 votes
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How to troubleshoot audio imbalance?

3 votes

Is it possible to separate voices from one mp3 file?

3 votes

Can a digital sound wave take any shape?

3 votes
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Is it safe to use a stereo cable to carry dual mono audio?

2 votes

How to make your voice sound like another persons voice?

2 votes

Audacity select multiple ranges at same time for deleting

2 votes

Time code audio tracks in DAW?

2 votes

Increase volume of sound without introducing noise

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Best quality encoding when exporting "8-bit 8kHz Mono WAV" sample in Audacity?

2 votes

Mathematically what does phase reverse do on a signal?

2 votes

Impedance for amp and speaker combo

2 votes

Delete part of audio

2 votes

In what units is a sample's amplitude value represented, and how it relates to the real world?

2 votes

Manipulating voices to masculine or feminine

2 votes

Produce 'wavy' sound in pitch?

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I need to record a control track (timecode noise) as a WAV file. Can this be done through software only?