What is the move tool in audacity?
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Re: Problem pasting audio
Those little clocks mean you have Sync Lock selected by accident. Audacity is trying to keep the two tracks locked to each other.
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There are two dock areas for toolbars in Audacity. By default, most of the Audacity toolbars are in the upper dock, with only the Selection Toolbar and Time Toolbar in the lower dock. Toolbars can be arranged and resized within either of the two docks, or floated free of the docks.
- With the Selection tool, click the location where you need to split. ...
- Navigate to the Edit menu, select Clip Boundaries, and then select Split.
- Select the Time Shift tool, then click and drag the clip to move it.
To anyone who doesn't know, the time shift tool has been upgraded. You no longer have to click it before using it; you can move an audio file along the timeline much more simply now by clicking and dragging at the top of the waveform. This is a terrific update and I'm glad they've simplified this editing process!
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The Meter Toolbar is used for monitoring the input and output audio levels.
How do I lock a track in Audacity?
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Use the Timeshift tool to move tracks along the timeline. After selecting the Timeshift tool, select a track by clicking on the waveform and dragging it left or right to move it earlier or later in the timeline. Or you can click on the waveform and move it to any other track anywhere on the timeline.
- Open the Settings app .
- In the Settings app, scroll down and tap Accessibility.
- Scroll down to the Audio and On-Screen Text section.
- Move the slider for Audio balance to the left or right to add more volume to the left or right ear.
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