The most common editing actions such as Cut, Copy, Paste and Delete also have buttons in Edit Toolbar. Effects let you do things like boost the bass, change pitch or tempo, or remove noise in various ways. Find the correct effect to do what you want on the Index of Effects, Generators and Analyzers page.
Audacity applies each edit to a selected area of the audio track or tracks. To select a particular area, click in the track and drag the shaded area with the mouse. If no audio is selected, Audacity by default selects all the audio in the project window.
To apply an effect you need to first select some audio, then click on the effect you require from the Effect Menu, then make any parameter settings in the dialog box that you want and then press the OK button to apply the effect. Note that a few effects have no parameters that can be set and these are applied as soon as you click on them in the Effect Menu; An example is: Crossfade Tracks.
For the effects that have settable parameters the dialog box contains a Preview button which enables you to hear a short sample of the audio with the effect temporarily applied so that you can audition the result prior to accepting the settings you have made.
Some effects have special requirements
Reverting an edit or effect
If you are unhappy with the result of your edit or effect you can simple use the Audacity command or use the CTRL-Z keyboard shortcut. A good tip for effects is to try them out on a short section of audio first to try it out on a longer section than preview allows and then use the .
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