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LMMS: A Complete Guide to Dance Music Production Beginner's Guide by David Earl

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Time for action—sound sculpting in Audacity

We're going to explore how to get the most out of our samples by using Audacity to edit, process, and design them:

  1. Open Audacity.
  2. Go to File | Save Project As.
  3. Save as Sampling Session 1.
  4. Audacity may give you a screen that says something similar to the following screenshot:
    Time for action—sound sculpting in Audacity

    This window simply states that this project will only be able to be read by Audacity. If you want to export this project to another program such as Pro Tools, Logic, and so on, you need to use the Export command from the File menu. For now, we're just going to say OK.

  5. Go to http://ccmixter.org/view/media/samples/browse.
  6. In the Samples Browser ...

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