O ocenaudio é um editor de audio multiplataforma, fácil de usar, rápido e funcional. Ocenaudio is a free and easy-to-use audio editor to replace other programs that don't work so well for you. This multiplatform tool can edit and analyze any. Ocenaudio is a free and simple audio recorder and editor. We use it to remove sound clips and record directly from the microphone. It can save and open MP3.
Ocenaudio is a free sound editing program that works well for preparing audio ocenaudio for ocenaudio to eBird and the Macaulay Library,
ocenaudio, ocenaudio. For a more in-depth overview of using this program, ocenaudio, you can also download our Editing sound recordings in Ocenaudio PDF. To deal with this issue, the Macaulay Ocenaudio recommends keeping two copies of ocenaudio original ocenaudio files one on your computer and another ocenaudio an external hard driveocenaudio, ocenaudio making edits to a third copy, ocenaudio, ocenaudio.
In a case like this,
ocenaudio, you should include this three-second buffer of ambient ocenaudio in ocenaudio final sound file that you add to eBird, ocenaudio, ocenaudio.
Ocenaudio if there is any additional audio before ocenaudio buffer, ocenaudio, go ahead and ocenaudio it.
In our Western Meadowlark recording, there are ocenaudio three seconds of additional audio that we will delete: After trimming the beginning of your recording, go ocenaudio and ocenaudio the same thing at the end of your recording—look for the last sound from your target species, include a three-second buffer of ambient sound after that sound, ocenaudio, ocenaudio, and then trim any additional audio after the ocenaudio.
In some ocenaudio, it is not possible to create ocenaudio clean ocenaudio buffer immediately before the first target sound, ocenaudio, ocenaudio.
In the sound file below, ocenaudio,
ocenaudio, the target species, ocenaudio, Lazuli Bunting, ocenaudio, begins singing near the 4-second mark: However, loud handling ocenaudio caused by ocenaudio recordist moving occurs shortly before the Lazuli Bunting song: If we included a three-second buffer in this case, ocenaudio,
ocenaudio, ocenaudio, ocenaudio, the loud handling noise would prevent ocenaudio from normalizing the recording, ocenaudio.
Ocenaudio, we will instead create a shorter buffer that ends immediately after the
ocenaudio noise, ocenaudio, creating a clean one-second buffer before ocenaudio first Lazuli Bunting song: Returning to our Western Meadowlark example, ocenaudio, ocenaudio, we now have a sound file that looks like ocenaudio After trimming the ends of the sound file,
ocenaudio, ocenaudio, ocenaudio next step is to normalize the ocenaudio so the loudest sound from your target species reaches a level of ocenaudio dB, ocenaudio.
After normalizing the sound file to -3 dB, ocenaudio, our Ocenaudio Meadowlark recording looks like this: The ocenaudio step is
ocenaudio save the changes that you have made to your sound file. Ocenaudio are two other things to ocenaudio about when you reach the point of saving your newly edited file: the name and audio properties of the file, ocenaudio.
For ocenaudio audio ocenaudio of your sound ocenaudio, the best and easiest thing to
ocenaudio is to save your edited file with the same format, sample ocenaudio, and format settings as your original ocenaudio recording,
ocenaudio, ocenaudio, ocenaudio.
WAV file in ocenaudio field, ocenaudio upload an edited. WAV to ocenaudio eBird checklist! Multiple recordings of the same individual bird If you made two or more field recordings of the same individual bird ocenaudio the same location ocenaudio at the ocenaudio time,
ocenaudio, you ocenaudio group these recordings together and create a single multi-part sound file for upload, ocenaudio.
First trim and normalize first sound file: Then perform the same
ocenaudio on the second segment and any ocenaudio segments : Ocenaudio these two files are both
ocenaudio of the same ocenaudio Louisiana Waterthrush, ocenaudio, ocenaudio should be grouped together in a single file,
The final result is ocenaudio single file with two segments separated by one second of silence, ocenaudio, ocenaudio, ocenaudio,
ocenaudio. This ocenaudio allows a ocenaudio to know that there was a pause in the field between the creation ocenaudio the first segment and the second ocenaudio of the recording. After adding the contents of ocenaudio second ocenaudio to the first file, ocenaudio, Save and rename this composite file to differentiate it from the two individual source files, ocenaudio, ocenaudio,
Here is our final merged file: The end ocenaudio is a single file ocenaudio two separate segments, ocenaudio,
ocenaudio trimmed and with the peak level set to -3 dB.
This single new file is ocenaudio ready to be uploaded to eBird! Recordings with voice ocenaudio We encourage
ocenaudio to make voice announcements after recording a bird and to include these voice announcements with any recordings that are uploaded,
ocenaudio. There is just one difference in how we ocenaudio voice announcements—we only amplify the voice announcements ocenaudio a ocenaudio level of dB rather ocenaudio the -3 dB peak for bird sounds, ocenaudio.
Here is a completed sound file ocenaudio a Northern Cardinal song with a voice
ocenaudio at the end: Now your recording is ready for upload to ocenaudio Macaulay Library and eBird!
Ocenaudio out our pages on preparing and uploading ocenaudio for more information, ocenaudio, ocenaudio.