Audacity is one of the most famous audio editing tools on the internet. It is an open source software which works on almost any operating system. Thus, you can use it whether you have Windows, Mac, or Linux OS. The downside, however, is that it’s more difficult to use than the usual audio editor. Anyhow, if you get use to it, you will surely enjoy its features. As aside from editing, you can directly use Audacity to record audio. There is also an auto-tune tool that will help you polish your file. The tool also supports exporting of your edited file to different format such as mp3. To know how to do this, refer to the instructions below.
How to Export on MP3 Format
Before we proceed with the steps by step procedure, you need to have Lame MP3 encoder installed on your computer. This is actually a third-party application that allows the editor to encode MP3 format. So, make sure that you have that so that you’re ensured it will be saved as MP3 format. Let’s begin to export MP3 using Audacity.
- First off, click on File on the main menu tab.
- Thereafter, hit Export then select Export as mp3.
- This will open up a dialogue box where you can rename your audio file. Simply enter your choice.
- Now, locate where you want to save the file and select “MP3 Files in the Save Type As option.
- Finally, hit the Save button to apply the changes you have made.
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The program will then process your audio file and after some time, you will be able to use it as an MP3 format. Note that the extension of your file should be .mp3 and not .aup for this is Audacity’s formatting. So, if you still can see this extension, might as well repeat the process of exporting.
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