Audacity for Linux 2.3.2 freeware
Audacity for Linux is free software, developed by a group of volunteers and distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Audacity supports uncompressed audio standards such as WAV and AIFF in addition to OGG and MP3 files. A full complement of basic effects such as reverb, delay, and compression are included. Virtual Studio Technology (VST), Linux Audio Developers Simple Plugin Architecture (LAPSDA).
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|2.3.2||May 14, 2019||New Release||Over 20 bugs fixed, and a few small improvements/changes to features (since 2.3.0):
That annoying message from Apple saying: “32-bit support will be going the way of the dodo”, no longer shows when you install Audacity on Mac. The new 64-bit Audacity works with 64-bit libraries. To use FFmpeg or MP3 libraries with 64-bit Audacity, you will need to download the updated 64-bit versions.
On Windows, you may find that recording is disabled until you change Windows permissions for the microphone! That’s a security feature introduced by Windows. This affects all versions of Audacity, and affects many other audio programs.
|2.2.2||Feb 20, 2018||New Release||Changes and improvements:
Vertical Zooming changes
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
|2.2.1||Dec 7, 2017||New Release||New features:
"Save Other" reverts to "Export"