Audacity is a free open source Audio Editor available for all operating systems and does not require activation. It is an easy-to-use tool to edit audio files, modify tracks and you can also use it to record audio. Audacity has many features to help you create an audio file as easily as songs. It gives you complete control (you can merge, isolate, cut or record sounds). It also has many tools to help you edit metadata and output pure audios. Audacity can record audio through a microphone or recordings from other media. With a Real-time preview of LADSPA, LV2, VST and Audio Unit (macOS) effects you will love it.
- Recording Sound.
- Export / Import.
- Manage Sound Quality.
- Support many Plugins.
- Cut, Copy, Paste and Delete
- Add Effects.
- Accessibility & Analysis.
|Operating System||:||Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10|
|Last updated||:||Nov 22, 2019|
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- Equalization effect now split into two effects, Filter Curve and Graphic EQ.
- Presets (using manage button) now active/working.
- Can now have two points at same frequency for steep steps.
‘What you hear is what you get’ for exports. Formerly the solo button preferences could lead to differences in which tracks were exported. Leading silence (blank space) not skipped over in exports. Quality setting on AAC/M4A exports. Some confusing functionality removed (better achieved in other ways)
- Removed Nyquist Workbench (use built-in nyquist features)
- Removed Vocal Remover (use Vocal Reduction)
- Removed On-Demand aliased files (copy files instead)
- Removed ‘Normalize on Load’ (Normalize as needed on export, instead)
- Crash when opening Equalization settings in a Macro
- Crash deleting a track while in Record/Pause state
- Crash when attempting to time shift multiple tracks
- Tabbing between labels stopped working
- Refusal to export some large (4GB) files on size grounds