I tried to download ffmpeg but it wouldn’t unzip on my pc…would any drawings from a drawing tool make a waveshape if they are wave compatible??(using it for serum, whatevs)
One of the FFMpeg download options is the .EXE file rather than the .ZIP. Do you have Windows set to show you filename extensions?
I renamed it from .tar to .exe and it isn’t supported by 64bit of my Windows….I turned those on what do I do next
Short answer is no.
A graphical image, and digital audio are completely different things. You can’t directly “convert” one to the other. However, there is a cool app called photosounder ($79, with free limited demo version) that can “interpret” images as sounds (http://photosounder.com)
That won’t help. You can’t turn chalk into cheese just by labelling it as “cheese”.
If you want to install FFmpeg for Audacity, follow the instructions exactly as described: https://manual.audacityteam.org/man/installing_and_updating_audacity_on_windows.html#winff