How do I record and edit a speech?

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  1. majordude macrumors 68020

    majordude

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    Back in the day, I used to use Sound Forge on my XP. It would take a line in, record, and generate a visible sound wave that could easily be edited.

    Is there something like that for the Mac?

    I mean, i am sure there is, but what is it?

    I then want to import that sound into either a video editor or Keynote so I can record and make a YouTube video.
     
  2. spinnerlys Guest

    spinnerlys

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    Garage Band, included with the pre-installed iLife suite. Or Audacity.

    Then you can use iMovie to add that sound to whatever video or images you have.
     
  3. extralarge macrumors member

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    GB and iMovie

    GB and imovie, maybe fission if you just need to do some crop. It is much better than in xp.
     
  4. xsimsimx macrumors member

    xsimsimx

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    Well, there is another way to record your audio if you dont have imovie and garageband, you can use quicktime player.

    just simply open the quicktime player app, go file>new audio recording.

    and if you dont have quicktime, you can download it from apple.com
     

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