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Transform click track into kick drum sound

http://forum.audacityteam.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=11312

Divide 60 by the BPM of your click track to get the duration of the drum beat. For example, if your click track is 101 BPM, 60/101 = 0.594059406.

Create a new audio track and select it.

Select Generate|Risset Drum... and enter the duration of the drum beat in the Decay field. For example, enter 0.594059406 for a 101 BPM Risset Drum beat. this generates ONE drum beat.

Select Effect|Repeat. In the "Number of times to repeat:" field enter how many beats you want, and the "New selection length: value will show the time duration of the rack after the Repeat function.

Remove all the envelope control points from a track

For http://manual.audacityteam.org/index.php?title=Envelope_Tool#Removing_control_points

For some tracks with very discrete signal patterns (like a drum machine), Audacity will automatically apply control points to the track. It can be very time-consuming to delete all of those control points, so here's how to delete all of the control points for a track at once:

1. Select the entire track. Select Edit|Copy or Ctrl-C to copy the track to the clipboard.

2. Select File|New to open another instance of Audacity.

3. Select Tracks|Add New|Audio Track.

4: Select Edit|Paste or Ctrl-V.

5: Select Project|Quick Mix (version 1.2) or Tracks|Mix and Render (version 1.3). Audacity will render the track without control points.

6. Select the new track. Select Edit|Copy or Ctrl-C to copy the track to the clipboard.

7: Return to the other instance of Audacity with your open project.

8: Select Tracks|Add New|Audio Track.

9: Select the new track.

10. Select Edit|Copy or Ctrl-C to copy the audio from the clipboard to the new track. Your project now has two versions of the track: the old track with the control points and a new version of the track with no control points.


Copy and paste a section of audio

For http://manual.audacityteam.org/index.php?title=Tutorial_-_Copy_and_paste_a_section_of_audio

http://manual.audacityteam.org/index.php?title=Tutorial_-_Copy_and_paste_a_section_of_audio