#1
is there a way to import audio from a cd to audacity without playing and recording the cd
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#3
Nah. Just rip the CD to your computer and then open the audio files in audacity.

Curious, though. What is it you want to do?
#6
how do you rip them
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#7
Quote by bandet232
how do you rip them

Open windows media player, put in the CD, and go to the "rip" tab (or a window will pop up saying "do you want to rip the files" or something like that).
#10
i still can't figure it out
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Quote by bandet232
i still can't figure it out


1. Insert CD into player.
2. Open Windows media player (even though it sucks)
3. Click "Rip" at the top.
4. Click "start rip" at the bottom right.

Next, open Audacity, and click Project>Import Audio. Find the file you want.

Done.

PinkEdit: Obviously, make sure the song is ripped before you try to open it in Audacity
#12
how do you get them to audacity
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#13
Quote by bandet232
how do you get them to audacity


There should be an option in Audacity to "Import mp3."
Who dat?
#14
Quote by bandet232
how do you get them to audacity

Since you obviously have reading issues, i'll help you



Next, open Audacity, and click Project>Import Audio. Find the file you want.
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