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(Solved) - How to add music to your recorded voice ?

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  • Started 5 years ago by lemonguy6
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lemonguy6
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I have a school project to do like a video , so i want to talk , like record my voice , and at the same time i want a music in the background.
Hope you could help me .

Thank you.

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lemonguy6
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... ?

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SarahJames
Posts: 6581

You can use Audacity to do that.
Or even Windos Movie Maker and then convert the file to MP3 with FormatFactory.

Success with your project:)
Sarah.

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lemonguy6
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well, i might have not explained this well enough.

ok in movie maker , like i gonna slide pictures , and i want to talk live , like not record a voice , then import it , but talk while pictures are sliding , and then at the sam time i want music in the background at low volume.

please explain step by step if you can.

Thank you.

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SarahJames
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I have to leave for work now, but I'll get back on this if you need more help.
Here's the short version:
I think the best thing you can do is create the slideshow with a soft background music with it.
The play it and record your own voice while you are telling what it is you want to tell.
And then add that recorded sound just like you added the background music.

Hope this is clear enough:)
Sarah.

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vistual
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@lemonguy6,
sarahjames is pretty much right on......
create the slide - sit back and watch it - all the while narrating it & recording yourself.
go back and insert that audio file.
bam!

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lemonguy6
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ok , but how can i add the music ( in windows moive maker ) so it like becomes in the background , and not replacing the recording.

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SarahJames
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You can import videos into WMM, but you can also import just music.
So first you import your video and then you drag the audio file to the section 'audio'.
So you get two lines of audio. And when you rightclick one of them you can adjust it's properties just the way you want them to be :)

Edit: the files I used to create the screenshot gave a really weird result. LOL

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lemonguy6
Posts: 267

Thank you " SarahJames " !!!!!!!!!!!! The Pic was really useful .
and btw Nice screenshot ;P

Cya ;')

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SarahJames
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Ok, glad you got it all sorted out:)

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