Hello, I’ll get right to it with my stupid questions
This is what I want to do. Not sure if audacity does it or not. I need to receive some mp3 tracks and get them into audacity. Sometimes this works sometimes not. I also need to loop sections of tracks to learn a guitar part. I will slow and loop it but to get it back to normal speed I have to make sure not to save the file or I have to just start the whole file over.
I also have trouble getting a file to save. Its says to export for it to work. I am thinking that export is sending a file that has already been saved someplace esle.
Is there a way when you slow down a looped section and I want to get it back to normal speed to undo the slow down. When I slow down a track I have to delete the file and reload all the tracks. I normally try to remember to not save the file when Im done and next time it loads it is normal speed. I guess I could just close the file and reopen to get things back to normal speed. That may be the answer just thinking about as I type this.
Am I trying to do more than this software is capable of? We use it at church but they must be doing something different than I am trying to do. Our worship leader may send me 3 tracks or so for a song. I have put all three in a file and play one at a time or 2 or all at the same time but may only try to slow down one section of one track but that section is staying out of sync. I know I can mute it but I sometimes need to hear it again along with the other tracks.
Now I know these are dumb questions but I would be thankful for any help. I cannot find the answers in the manual so it may not do what I am asking and I need to get some other program for guitar or something.