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When you access Audacity for the first time, it will ask you to select a language to use with the application. Apart from English, Audacity provides language support for more than 30 languages, including Arabic, Bulgarian, catalan, Czech, Danish, Finnish and many more. Select your language preference from the <emphasis role="strong">Choose Language for Audacity to use</emphasis> drop-down list and click <emphasis role="strong">OK</emphasis>.
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You can now start editing an existing audio file in Audacity. To do so, you need to first import the audio file into Audacity. To import an audio file, on the <emphasis role="strong">File</emphasis> menu, point to <emphasis role="strong">Import</emphasis> and then select <emphasis role="strong">Audio</emphasis>. The <emphasis role="strong">Select one or more audio files</emphasis> dialogue box opens.
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The selected audio file opens in the Audacity interface. The audio file is represented as the blue waves in the lower part of the Audacity window. Now you can perform a whole range of tasks on this file.You can cut off some unwanted portion of the imported audio file, insert silence at some point, can add various audio effects on different sections of the file and may even export the file into an altogether different file format.
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The audio file starts playing in the Audacity audio editor. You can use the various tools available with Audacity to start editing the current audio file:
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Magnifying tool: If you find that due to the length of the current file, you are unable to view the portions that you want to edit, you can use the Magnifying tool. This will let you zoom in on a specific area.
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Envelop tool: This enables you to change the volume of specific selections of the sound file.
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Time Shift tool: Allows you to move the entire sound file in relation to time; helpful when you are working with multiple tracks.
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Located in chapter8/xinclude.xml:1616(para)
Selection tool: Enables you to highlight portions of the sound file on which you want to work.
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Picking the Selection Tool
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Select the area you wish to edit by dragging across the area while pressing the left mouse button. The selected area appears in a shade of darker gray.
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Located in chapter8/xinclude.xml:1643(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Adriano Steffler, André Gondim, Charles do Nascimento Liesenfeld, Eberval Oliveira Castro, Fabrício Vicente Massuia, Gustavo Fontenele, Herbert Parentes Fortes Neto, Neliton Pereira Jr., Tiago Hillebrandt, Torsten Spindler, gabriell nascimento, moises fernades de sousa, pm.