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Audacity Tutorial How to Add Vocal Effects to Voice Recording to Sound More Full

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Published on Oct 12, 2012

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This Audacity tutorial shows how to easily add vocal effects to a voice recording using Audacity to make your singing track sound more full and bigger.
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Making your voice track sound thicker is very easy. A common practice is to double up the track. To do this you need to sing your vocal part in twice. Make sure that you sing exactly the same thing both times.

Once you have 2 tracks recorded select the second track and go EDIT - DUPLICATE. Now you will have 3 tracks: The first one you sang (track 1) and 2 copies of the second one you sang (tracks 2 and 3). Next PAN or balance track 2 all the way to the left and track 3 all the way to the right.

Last step will need the TIME SHIFT TOOL in Audacity. Using the time shift tool move track 2 very slightly to the left and track 3 very slightly to the right. You may want to play with the amount of time shifting you do and using the zoom tool helps.

Play it back and it will sound amazing :)

Rock on,
Andrew

Audacity Tutorials
Audacity is a free, easy to use sound recorder and editor. Audacity may be simple to use, but very powerful in its features.

This series of easy lessons is meant to help solve the most common issues faced by musicians using Audacity to record their music.

Audacity is a great educational tool for use in the music room. There are countless exciting ways to use Audacity with your students.

If you are looking for some guidance or advice on an Audacity or recording issue that you have, please feel free to put a comment here. I will try my best to answer your question or create a new how-to tutorial focused on your studio challenge.

Happy recording,
Andrew

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