After audio regions have been created, they can be edited in various ways. Common edits include:
For more tips and tricks, watch the video below.
The above editing tools all involve arrangement of audio regions. Audacity also has valuable tools to process or change the qualities of the regions themselves. Commonly used effects for home recording include:
To apply effects, at least one audio region must be selected first. To select all regions within a track, left click on the desired track’s info box at the very left of the track. To select a single region, double click on it with the selection tool.
Pictured is Audacity's Equalization tool. The user has chosen to silence bass frequencies below 35 Hz and treble frequencies above 7000 kHz.
For more on Audacity effects, click the link below.