Update auf 2.03
Changes in v2.0.3:
Uses libsoxr resampling library by default, instead of libresample, for higher quality and speed.
Bugfix for Time Tracks and improvements
New effects: "Studio Fade Out", "Adjustable Fade" and "Bass and Treble"
Changes in v2.0.2:
Bugfix for JAWS screen-reader
Bugfix for Normalize crash
Bugfix for clicks on split lines
Enhanced some Nyquist effects
Changes in v2.0.1:
New option to reset Preferences on next launch.
Selection Toolbar: a value for the previous whole second displayed if the value was close to a whole second.
Finding zero crossings could cause the selection to expand into white space at either side of the clip.
Clips did not drag to another track if mouse was over a selection.
Mixer Board: Rendering four tracks resulted in a redundant Track Strip followed by a crash.
Imports, Exports and Files
Exporting to WAV or AIFF led to a "Libsndfile says" error or corrupted output due to order of metadata in imported files.
Bugfix for issues where normalization could be to wrong value if applied with DC offset correction, or if applied to "read-directly" WAV and AIFF files
Sliding Time Scale: fixed an audible discontinuity at the beginning of the processed selection; fixed a serious quality problem on Linux 64-bit.
Bugfix to prevent zooming with mouse wheel or ball scrolling the content off-screen.
Shortcuts can now be added in Keyboard Preferences to items in the Generate, Effect or Analyze menus, including user-added plug-ins.
Nyquist Effect plug-ins can now be added to Chains.
New "Paulstretch" effect for extreme slowdown without pitch change.
New "Sample Data Export" Analyze effect for exporting a file containing amplitude values for each sample in the selection.
New Preference (off by default) to import files On-Demand (without seek ability) when using the optional FFmpeg library.
New Preference (off by default) to retain labels when deleting a selection that snaps to the label without extending past it.
CleanSpeech Mode (no longer supported)
Added Serbian (Latin and Cyrillic) translations.
21 Oktober 2013: Audacity 2.0.5 Released
Audacity 2.0.5 replaces all previous versions. It fixes crashes or hangs that were reported in Audacity 2.0.4 on some machines, and contains many other bug fixes and stability improvements.
(OS X) Crashes when importing audio files are fixed.
(OS X) Files can now be opened using Finder "Open with", and by double-click or dragging to the Audacity icon.
(OS X) Audio Unit plug-ins are not loaded until used. This makes Audacity start faster and avoids startup crashes due to incompatible plug-ins.
(Windows) On a very few machines, the Windows WDM-KS low latency host caused Audacity 2.0.4 to hang or the computer to crash. WDM-KS has been removed from Audacity 2.0.5 while we work on safely enabling this host. WDM-KS will still be available for testing in the Windows alpha development builds.
(Windows) Fixed a bug where Audacity would not record until the current input was reselected.
(Linux) You can now navigate through an effect or other dialog using keyboard TAB.
is this version compatible with windows 7 64 bit?
update to 2.1.3
- Audacity 2.1.3 now properly supports Windows 10 (thanks to an upgrade of the PortAudio library) and on MacOS has some previously missing support for Magic Mouse/Trackpad (thanks to Paul Licameli).
- New Distortion effect, Rhythm Track (was called Click Track) and Sample Data Import (thanks to Steve Daulton). Also effects are no longer grayed-out when in pause.
- New scrub ruler and ‘pinned’ option so the waveform moves and the recording/playing head stays still. (Paul)
- New features in Timer Record (Mark Young & Steve)
- On Mac, audacity.app is now added to /Applications/ directly rather than adding a folder there.
- 64 bugs/annoyances in 2.1.2 fixed of which 15 were long-standing issues. Also lots done (Paul again) to systematically deal with memory leaks.
Changed in Audacity 2.2.0:
- 198 bugs/annoyances in 2.1.3 fixed, most importantly:
- Improved recovery from full file system errors; in case of recording, Audacity 2.2.0 will preserve as much of the recorded data as possible.
- Complete support for macOS 10.12 (Sierra).
- Thorough update of the manual with new images, more hover texts, and more cross-references.
updated to v2.2.2
- Easier zooming in and out with mousewheel, new Zoom Toggle command, and context menu for vertical rulers (thanks to James Crook).
- Easy access to change keyboard bindings of menu commands by holding Shift key.
- Detection of dropout errors while recording with overburdened CPU.
- Improved contrasts in Light and Dark themes.
- Half-wave display option.
- Several bugs/annoyances in 2.2.1 are now fixed.
Audacity is free, open source, cross-platform audio software for multi-track recording and editing.