Sorry, I’m new to audacity. I got the program with my record player. I was wondering if there is a way to import a mp3 to choose an effect to make it sound like vinyl? If so, how to do it, in easy instructions.
It depends on how old. You can call up the “sound” from many different ages by listening to the records.
Somebody makes a “noise” track. Just clicks and pops typical of a vinyl record. Koz
Make it sound like vinyl by adding ticks and pops, or make it sound like vinyl by giving it that mystical vinyl “warmth”?
Get a loop of vinyl noise, then loop that in a track. Add the mp3 and adjust the volume of the
vinyl noise loop track. I happen to know that the loop pack Waveform Recordings “Vintage and Deep
Tech House” has a bunch of vinyl noise loops, or, you might find some on the internet.
Audacity has a vinyl effect called “VyNil” just import an audio file select Vynil and play with the settings till you find the right sound.
Audacity does not ship with an effect called “VyNil”, though as already indicated (2 and a half years ago), free Vinyl plug-ins that work with Audacity are available.
As the original poster is long gone I’ll lock this topic.