Audacity is a free, easy-to-use audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. You can use Audacity to:
- Record live audio.
- Convert tapes and records into digital recordings or CDs.
- Edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files.
- Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together.
- Change the speed or pitch of a recording.
- Add new effects with LADSPA plug-ins.
- AC3, M4A/M4R (AAC), WMA and other formats supported using optional libraries.
System Requirements: Audacity runs best with at least 1 GB RAM and a 1 GHz processor (2 GB RAM/2 GHz on OS X 10.7 or later). Where Audacity is to be used for lengthy multi-track projects, we recommend a minimum of 2 GB RAM and 2 GHz processor (4 GB RAM on OS X 10.7 or later).
Multiple use of "Save As" to the existing open project can result in data corruption/loss.
Crash undoing during record, using Discard button of History window.
Exporting audio in compressed formats to device with insufficient space produces inconsistent/truncated results.
In Export Multiple, Cancel does not remove the file that is in progress when Cancel is chosen.
Crash using SBSMS pitch change at low sample rate.
Installer has old logo for 2.2.1 and 2.2.0.
(Mac) Equalization: "Telephone" curve displays a flat line, no sound on Preview.
Toolbars: open undocked if previously not shown, unless Reset Toolbars first.
Analysis effects that create labels should give focus to label track.
Control value may be out of range when using FloatingPointValidator.
Analysis effects produce false indication that a label is open for editing.
Import Uncompressed File Dialog Incorrect Reference to Menu Item.
Wave Color not grayed out in TCP dropdown menu when in Spectrogram view.
Hover indication on note track channel toggle appears on all tracks (when they rerender).
Unicode page encodings fixed ( ?° ?? ?°).
Un-muting with a single track unnecessarily activates the Solo button.
Applying chain to file should zoom-to-fit.