I was recoding my voice through Audacity and everything was working fine and it sounded good. Audacity crashed but I was able to recover my project but now when I record new stuff it sounds really bad. It's louder, the hissing noise is more prevalent but worst of all it sounds really echoie.
Is there a switch on my microphone I may have pressed? Is there some setting on Audacity that may have got reset?
Please any help would be great.1 AnswerOther - Computers7 years ago
Apparently my friend got mugged the other day and it seemed like a big deal, the mugger had a knife, tried to stab my friend, but my friend was able to fight back because he knows martial arts. It ended with the mugger getting arrested.
Now I know that assuming my friend is lying makes me look like an *** but trust me, if you were in my shoes you would be skeptical too. Anyway, I've been looking online for recent news because I feel like this is a big enough deal to at least be reported, but I also don't know how everything works, does it take time to surface? Is there a chance it may never even be in some report?
Any input would be great.1 AnswerLaw Enforcement & Police7 years ago
I have a Blue Yeti Microphone and use Audicity and it works well it's just that annoying hissing sound in the background that gets annoying. What is the best method of avoiding it?1 AnswerOther - Electronics7 years ago
Today I downloaded and played Earthbound and after I saved my game I reset it to make sure I could load my file and I could, but after I closed everything and reloaded it the save files were all reset, obviously I don't know how to use this emulator...
Any help would be great.2 AnswersVideo & Online Games7 years ago
Me and my dad keep debating on this, he think he really wasn't actually going to do it, just threaten him, hence the fact he never did anything later, I think he was going to, because other wise what was the point of the gun scene? I know it's different in the book, so taking any evidence from that would be helpful3 AnswersMovies8 years ago
My friends want me to join their band thing and I'm planning on playing the bass, but while I look for one I was going to practice a few notes on a normal guitar, so will that actually help me? Is it easy to transfer those skills to the other one? Any info would be appreciated3 AnswersOther - Music8 years ago