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Audacity is a free open-source audio editor and recorder. Audio files can be recorded, imported and edited on any number of tracks. Audacity offers lecturers the possibility to easily record spoken texts and save them as MP3 audio files. <br>
 
In this manual we will show you how Audacity works under Windows 10, but there may be differences in other operating systems.
 
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== Preparation ==
 
=== Install Audacity===
 
To use Audacity on your PC, you must download and install the free software. On the official website of the manufacturer you will find installation files and instructions for the following operating systems:
 
* [https://www.audacityteam.org/download/windows/ Windows]
 
* [https://www.audacityteam.org/download/mac/ macOS]
 
* [https://www.audacityteam.org/download/linux/ Linux]
 
  
=== Requirements ===
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=== Settings===
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Start the Audacity program. We see the following interface.
 
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At the bottom left we see the project rate. This is preset to 44100 Hz by default. This setting is optimal for high quality audio recordings.
 
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Select the microphone you want to use at the top.
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<span style="color:green">Note: </span> For details on how to select the recording source, refer to the [https://ttmanual.audacityteam.org/man/Device_Toolbar/de manufacturer's manual].
 
 
 
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== Create recording==
 
=== Start recording===
 
Click [[File:Audacity-2.png]] to start recording. <br>
 
Make sure that the recording level is high enough. It should be between -18 and -6 and should not swing into the red range.
 
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Adjust the recording volume with this slider if necessary
 
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=== Pause recording===
 
If you want to pause recording, press [[File:Audacity-4.png]].  The recording will then be paused. <br>
 
To continue recording, click on the [[File:Audacity-2.png]] symbol again. <br>
 
 
 
=== Stop recording===
 
A click on [[File:Audacity-5.png]] ends the recording. <br>
 
 
 
An exemplary recorded audio track looks like this:
 
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=== Play recording===
 
The recording can now be played back and reviewed. Click [[File:Audacity-6.png]] to play back the recording. You can click with the mouse in the audio track and select the point where you want to start.
 
 
 
=== Edit recording===
 
If you want to delete parts of the recording, you can easily do this with Audacity. In this example, we want to remove the silence phase at the beginning of the recording.<br>
 
Use the mouse to mark the area in the audio track that you want to remove.
 
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Now click on the '''"DEL"''' key on your keyboard.
 
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The silence phase at the beginning is now no longer present.
 
 
 
<span style="color:green">Note: </span> You can also edit existing audio files. Open them at the top via '''"Data"''' and '''"Open"'''.
 
 
 
=== Save recording===
 
We can save the project as MP3 file at the end.
 
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* Click on '''File''' in the upper bar
 
* Select '''Export...'''
 
* Click on '''Export as MP3'''
 
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Select a storage location. You can also add metadata such as author or date to the file.
 
 
 
== Publication==
 
You can now publish your recording. One possibility is the learning platform [https://panda.uni-paderborn.de/ PANDA] <br>
 
* Upload the file individually from Podcast
 
* Or put the file online as a supplement to a PDF file
 

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