Audacity for Mac OS X 3.4.2 freeware
Audacity for Mac OS X 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).
|OS||Mac OS X|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||play sound, recorder, editor|
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I have used this on a Mac mini G4. The program ran well and the features for editing were easy to use. I never lost any files, although the were backed up before starting the editing process. I did make some mistakes editing and it was easier to just start over from the backup file in some cases. Removing clicks and pops from LP's can be a little tedious if the recording has more than a few of them. It is a good idea to read the software manual and/or print some of the pages on editing. I plan to load this program on a new Mac Mini since it worked well with the older model.
Audacity for Mac OS X 1.3.12
After several weeks of using it, it has lost a number of my nearly completed projects. There are bugs. It crashes. It loses your files. I lost a lot of time and work thanks to how unreliable this software has turned out to be.
SUCKS.... Has a seperate download just to save MP3's. Selecting seperate tracks is either impossible or so incredibly conveluted it seems impossible. Has lots of pretty buttons that don't seem to work. A huge waste of time.
|3.4.2||Nov 23, 2023||New Release||This is a hotfix release. It fixes the following issues:
#5568 Fix a crash when opening projects with zero-length clips.
#5032 When exporting a file, the sample rate of the tracks is now considered, and last-used sample rate is remembered.
#5555 Copy-pasting now pastes into audio again by default. This can be changed via Preferences -> Track Behavior -> Always paste audio as new clips.
#5549 Mix and render now also resets the gain for the resulting track.
#5571 Fix clips shifting to the right when effects are applied to them.
#5106 Fix clicks occurring when overdubbing a project with muted tracks.
#5533 Fix files being exported without a file extension in rare cases.
#5539 Show all sample rates possible for MP2 exports.
#5518 Fix pasting into labels.
#5543 Fix a crash when clearing loops.
#5529 Fix copying when "select all audio if selection required" is enabled.
#5598 #5552 Fix GTK detection and compilation for wxWidgets 3.2.4.
#5551 Fix Nyquist-related crashes.
|3.4.1||Nov 8, 2023||New Release||This is a hotfix release. It fixes the following bugs:
Fix 24-bit recording.
Fix a crash with .aup importing.
Fix crossfading of clips and tracks.
Exporting multiple files honors sample rate settings again.
Fix crashes related to external program exports.
Fix BSD and ARM builds.
Ctrl+J is now a standard shortcut for joining clips.
Stereo tracks no longer randomly split into mono.
When exporting a file, the file extension is now always added (except for custom FFmpeg and external program exports).
Fix a crash when exporting Opus with older CPUs that don't support AVX.
|3.4.0||Nov 2, 2023||New Release||Music workflows
Audacity now features several music related features, such as switching between hh:mm:ss time and Beats & Measures, and time-stretching clips to align them to a song's tempo.
Hold Alt (macOS: Option) while hovering over the top third of a clip edge to stretch it.
Audacity now features a new export window with easier access to options such as sample rate and custom mapping (for 5.1 or 7.1 audio). Additionally, the "Browse" button uses the native file browser now!