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How to Make Voices or Audio Sound Like a Radio in Audacity

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Published on Apr 12, 2012

To make voices sound like are coming from a radio is really simple in Audacity. Using a combination of the Equalization Effect and a High Pass Filter you can create realistic radio-sounding audio.

Select your clip. Go up to the Effect menu and click Equalization. Make sure you are in the "Draw Curves" mode at the bottom left. You only need 2 points on your curve. First click a point approximately at 1,000 Hz (on the bottom) and 12dB (on the left). The entire line should move up. Then click at around 10,000Hz and and -12dB (negative). Press OK and the waveform of you clip should amplify.
The second thing to do is to apply a High Pass Filter. Click Effect and go down to "High Pass Filter". The settings should be Rolloff: 6 dB, Filter Quality: 0.7 and Cutoff Frequency: 2,000.0 Hz.
You can repeat the steps for a more radio-sounding effect but that's pretty much it.

Download Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/downl...
If you're not sure, Audacity is a great free audio editing software. It's open-source and virus free.

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