If you are a Mac user just getting into Audio Editing, or even an experienced user just looking for a great Audio Editing resource, then the eBook referred to in today’s post is one that you’ll want to add to your arsenal…immediately!
Every once in a while, when writing Audacity installation tutorials we noticed that we weren’t required to manually install the LAME MP3 Encoder, even after (fully?) uninstalling Audacity from our Mac computers.
For a minute there, we even thought that something had changed and that the popular MP3 encoding software was somehow included in the installation. Not the case.
For whatever reasons you may have to eliminate this unwanted chatter, today’s post walks our readers through the process of using our favorite free, open source audio editing software for Mac OS X, aka Audacity to remove any length of audio from the beginning, trailing end or anywhere in the middle of your recording.