#1
ok, so when you are using audacity and you click the red record button, it will create a new track you know.... how do i record to an already existing track?


thanks holmes
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#2
wat do u mean? would u like to record over it? or maybe continue it?
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#4
You simply can't.
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#5
Just record a new track, then cut and paste.
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i didn't see his post when i posted bummer, that's a very good idea fadingroots
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#11
Yeah what is it? I dunno either
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#12
Highlight two different audiotracks; Go Project - Quick Mix.

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#13
Quick mix mixes multiple tracks onto the topmost track. Just highlight the tracks you want to combine and go to Project->Quick Mix and they will get mixed down to one track.
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