Adriana, good news for you, before you go to bed. The section is perfectly PL ok on the first go very well done, no errors at all.sacciotto wrote: ↑February 14th, 2018, 2:13 pmI bring here my third recording to this current project (section4).
Hopefully I'll pass the test.
I don't know if you will still be there to listen to my good news: I just finished my last section!
Sorry! 12.00!!!brianna wrote: ↑February 15th, 2018, 4:39 amSonia,hi!
my third section:17
hoping everything is OK!
Nice reading again, Adriana This Duke Leicester is a nasty piece of work And the Irish really had a hard time under the English rule back then.sacciotto wrote: ↑February 14th, 2018, 5:46 pmI don't know if you will still be there to listen to my good news: I just finished my last section!
ok it was a short section, so I listened to it as well. This mini-Arthur and the round table must have been CHAOTIC I grinned the whole time and I thought that I am happy I was NOT there that day.brianna wrote: ↑February 15th, 2018, 4:39 ammy third section:17
Thank you, Sonia!
Yep! A little Devil, definetely!
Sonia, I'm so sorry... I don't really know what happened... Maybe I accidently cut the whole part during the edition.
aww, I was hoping the problem was solved.
hmmm, I do not really understand your question. I never get this warning in my Audacity. When I record a fresh file, I then do "Save file as..." and then I have an Audacity file, with extension .aup . Then when I edit and noise-clean and amplify, I save it again as Audacity file. And when all is finished, I then "export file as...." as an mp3 file.By the way,what do you do when you want to turn off your computer and close the file? When I click on Save the file, I get :
Save Project is for an Audacity Project not an audio file. For an audio file that will open in other apps use Export.
Ok, I export the file but the program does not close!
no worries, as it was only a Spot PL, it did not take that much time. This version is the correct one and PL ok now. Thank you.