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Yellowbelly Flatt said:Sorry, but I've no idea about what you are speaking of.
Audacity stores its top-level information about the project in the .aup file, and keeps the actual sound files under a folder in the same directory, where the folder's name is the same as the .aup, but with '_data' tacked on. You uploaded 'cbg_slide.aup', which means that there should be a folder, 'cbg_slide_data', in the same directory. Wes was asking that you make a ZIP archive of the 'cbg_slide_data' folder and upload it as well.
I really wish that I never bothered with this. It's all abit of a faf. How do I create an .aup file? How do I tack on the data file? How do I create a data file?
Count me out.
Yellowbelly Flatt said:I really wish that I never bothered with this. It's all abit of a faf. How do I create an .aup file? How do I tack on the data file? How do I create a data file?
Count me out.
Ouch! I didn't mean to run you off, I was just trying to explain where the actual sound data you already recorded in Audacity was being stored (not in the .aup file, which has only the top-level metadata about the project). I certainly didn't mean to create a burden for you.
BTW, I really like your track, if I didn't say that before.
I finger picked along with my baritone uke. This one is tuned DGBe same as a guitar 4 smaller strings. Makes it easy to I'd notes. Most pop music including blues is 1, 4-5 tuning. What seems to work is a C/G tuning. C is one (d,e) are 2 and 3 disreguard.F would be 4 and G sounds like 5. Then you cross to a G tuning and G is one with C and D as 4 and 5. Going from D to D# sets up that awsome blue note. You only hit F a couple times when you go real low. C and G tuning work well together because they share 2 of the same notes. C-F,G and G-C,D. Its a great place to bridge across tunings.
What kind of recording set up are you Guy's using for input to this. I captured the Audacity program but I need a mic or something. Chuck