#1
i recently started recording my music on audacity and i noticed the effects bar at the top. can i add effects (that i would normally add with a pedal or amp) to my music in audacity. i have been running my amp into the mic input on my computer and then recording from that. thanks
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#3
No

You're gonna have to get the correct adapter for you're regular effects and run them through.
Those effect icons just help you modulate the effects that are already recorded.
#4
yes audacity is free, and yes you can use the software to add effects like reverb, compression, delay, etc...
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Last edited by Erock503 at Sep 28, 2007,
#5
Wrong. You can add gobs of effects in Audacity. Go to KVR audio ( http://www.kvraudio.com/ ) and look in their downloads section, or simply go o the Audacity website, there are links to effects you can download there. I reccommend also getting the VSTi input plug so you can load up any kind of effects.
#8
Quote by TheChoristers
Wrong. You can add gobs of effects in Audacity. Go to KVR audio ( http://www.kvraudio.com/ ) and look in their downloads section, or simply go o the Audacity website, there are links to effects you can download there. I reccommend also getting the VSTi input plug so you can load up any kind of effects.
I used the VST plugin adapter and a lot of the VST crashed Audacity. For using VST's I think you should go with something like Krystal (free).