How to Auto Duck in Audacity
Now, if you had been on my mailing list then you’d have heard the rest of that joke.
Don’t worry, I don’t make a habit of telling bad jokes to my subscribers (although I don’t think the duck joke’s bad!) but if you’re not on my list then you could be missing out on other stuff.
You’d better fix that, eh? 😉
Anyway, it’s not that kind of duck that I’ll be talking about in this post.
Although I do love ducks. Ducks are awesome.
No, in this post I’m sharing a little tutorial about how to Auto Duck in the Audacity audio editing software.
If you don’t know what Auto Duck is, think of the times you’ve heard a voiceover, say, during the intro to a podcast, radio show, etc. Did you notice how the music level dipped whenever the person talked? Well, that’s what Auto Duck does. It ‘ducks’ the level of the sound. Automatically. Hence, “Auto Duck”.
Basically, if you do any kind of audio stuff where there’s a voice talking over the top of some background music, you need to know how to do this.
So take a look at my tutorial below and hopefully you’ll come away armed with something new and useful to be able to use in your online marketing.
So there we have it!
I hope that you found this tutorial useful.
If there’s anything else that you think I may know about and you’d like me to make a tutorial video about it, then feel free to let me know in the comments below and I’ll see what I can do. 🙂