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This wikiHow teaches you how to use Audacity to create a new song (or "mash-up") which uses one song's vocals in conjunction with another song's instrumental.What can you do with audacity sound editor?
The sound editing program known as Audacity can be used to create all kinds of digital sound files and audio projects. Audacity can even be used to put together a "mashup", or a mix of multiple songs. Mashups use bits of two or more songs and compositions to create an original track - sometimes with stellar results.How do you make a mashup of two songs?
If you want to speed up your mash-up, you'll want to bump up the BPM of the slower song to match the faster one; otherwise, you'll need to lower the BPM of the faster song to match that of the slower one. Select a song. Click and drag your mouse cursor across the song for which you want to alter the BPM.What is the best way to download audacity for Linux and Mac?
For macOS 10.12 (Sierra) and earlier, legacy versions of Audacity are available on the Legacy Mac downloads page. For Linux, the appropriate version of Audacity for your operating system is usually included in your distribution’s repository.