First … Just wanted you guys to know how much I am appreciating and enjoying working with audacity for my music projects. It has opened up new singing ops for me ( non performance at this time ) such as trying out new and different music genres and vocal styings that I would not have otherwise attempted in Public.
Now to the Question …
Is there a way to … AFTER Either doing a “Save Project As” or AFTER making several various “Effects” Adjustments to the different tracs of a project … “Alter” or totally “Erase” such effects as the G-verb so I can re - do it ??? I Know I Can do a “Re-do” button just after I have made the initial adjustments to G-verb and Compression and re-do anything at that particular time but after I have moved on and done many more adjustments on this and other tracs I can’t seem to find a way to re-calculate my G-verb effect without totally erasing all other adjustments ( which again I don’t know how to do After any “Save Project As” attempts ) made after the one (s) in question.The reason I ask is … I often will think I have just the right mix in the computer speakers but when I get it on CD and listen on my car or other really good system the mix has too much or too litte G-verb but it has been impossible for me to adjust the levels after a "Save Project As " or after having made multiple other type effects adjustments “Previous” to doing a "Save As " ???
Help Anyone ???