Do you need to remove an undesired section from a music track? This Audacity tutorial is for you!
To remove parts of audio in Audacity:
If you don't have Audacity installed, download and install Audacity.
Load the track you want to edit.
- Hold down the mouse button to drag your mouse over the section you want to remove.
- Press the delete key (or go to Edit > Delete).
- If you want to save the new track, go to File > Export and choose the export format, a new window will open.
- Click on Option and select the export options.
- Click on Save.
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