Well there’s nothing like putting the cart before the horse or letting the cart pull the horse, but I finally put together a channel trailer for my YouTube channel. They say that’s the first thing you’re supposed to do on your YouTube channel but I’ve always lived a little outside the box. Why change now? Anyway, I finally made a trailer for my Audacity Bootcamp YouTube Channel and here it is!
This short video explains my new course at Udemy called Audacity Bootcamp: Beginner to Advanced. This course consists of 6+ hours of on-demand video lectures that cover topics like:
- Downloading and Installing Audacity
- The Audacity User Interface
- Audio Tracks
- Sample Rates
- Move, Delete, Split, and Join Tracks
- Volume, Distortion, and Clipped Audio
- Amplify, Attenuate, and Silence Audio
- The Limiter
- The Zero Crossing Tool
- Reducing Breath and Mouth Sounds
- Sync-Lock Tracks and the Label Track
- The Play-at-Speed Toolbar
- The Auto-Duck and Envelope Tools
- Compression, EQ, and Normalization
- The Noise Gate
- Loudness (LUFS) Leveling
- And many, many more
Go to the Audacity Bootcamp: Beginner to Advanced to see the entire course and preview select videos in order to see if this course is right for you!
I recently started teaching on-line video courses at Udemy. I built a course on podcast editing that I’m calling Audacity Bootcamp: Beginner to Advanced. Since I’m a podcaster who uses Audacity, that seemed like a good fit. I use Audacity as my audio editing tool. If you or anyone you know is interested in gaining or sharpening their skills in podcast editing, point them to my course:
I use the Mac version of the software in my courses, but the info and examples apply equally to the Windows and Linux versions of Audacity as well.