I would like to create frequency modulation sound (tone) inside the track. I selected from the menu “Generate” → “Tone” where you can input tone with a defined duration, waveform and frequency. After that, in the same track, I inputted the next tone with a different frequency and duration and same waveform. The problem is there is no “smooth” transition between these two pieces of tones. I would like to define a smooth transition within a defined time between these two frequencies. E.g. 10kHz for 1s then smooth transition to 15kHz within 0.2s then go back to 10kHz with 0.2s etc. All with the same amplitude. So it’s like a typical frequency modulation effect. But I cannot find anything like this inside the Audacity application. Could you please support me? Is it possible to do with this software or do I need more advanced software?
When I have finally created frequency modulation for 1st track, am I able to easily create the second track that will be a “reverse / mirror” track of the 1st one with the same timing but reverse frequency?
E.g. 1st track: 10kHz → smooth transition to 15kHz → smooth transition to 10kHz etc.
E.g. 2nd track: 15kHz → smooth transition to 10kHz → smooth transition to 15kHz etc.
It should be like this:
0 to 1 seconds = 10kHz
1 to 1.2 seconds = 10kHz to 15kHz
1.2 to 2.2 seconds = 15kHz
2.2 to 2.4 seconds = 15kHz to 10kHz
2.4 to 3.4 seconds = 10kHz
etc = repeat the above in an endless loop keeping 0.2s frequency transitions
As regards the second track, it should be the “mirror” of the 1st one.
So, if for the 1st one is 10kHz at a specific moment of time, for the 2nd one should be 15kHz at the same time.
When for the 1st one is transition from 10kHz to 15kHz, there should be transition from 15kHz to 10kHz for the 2nd at the same time.