Sound can be recorded from sources such as microphones or mixing consoles as well as USB/Firewire devices, streams and many more. Music files can be edited by cutting, copying, pasting and deleting.
Mix different pieces of music. Smoothly fade the volume in or out. Manipulate pitch or replay speed. Remove static and other unwanted background noises. Use different filters and tools to change frequencies and add sound effects. Audio files can also be smoothly converted into different formats.
Recording: Audacity enables you to make recordings from external sources. You can also use multitrack recording to record music and listen to the recorded tracks while you are still recording. Import as many audio files as you want.
Editing: Sound files will be displayed in the classic wave form. This makes exact editing of a marked sequence fairly easy: Smooth transition can be achieved using fade-ins and outs.
The Zoom feature allows you to go to sample size, where you can use the pen tool to perform changes in the samples.
You can mix a large number of titles on numerous tracks, several clips are allowed per track. You can backtrack your steps and un- or re-do any number of actions performed during editing.
Effects: The software offers an enormous range of effects: You can change pitch and replay speed, reduce static and crackle, use delays, dynamic compression, sound optimization, and much more.
Some of the highlights in the spotlight:
– Create live recordings, digitalize your cassettes and records
- Professional recording and editing features
– Includes frequency analysis tool
- Supported formats: WAV, AIFF, FLAC, MP2, MP3, OGG
- Your professional sound studio for recording, editing and playing all common audio files.
- Create live recordings, digitalize your cassettes and records
- Comprehensive range of tools, mix any number of tracks and add sound effects
- Supported formats: WAV, AIFF, FLAC, MP2, MP3, OGG Vorbis
- For Windows 10, 8, 7 or Vista (32/64 bit) and Mac
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