|Audacity for Windows 2.4.2 Jun 26, 2020||
Audacity now uses 'aup3' format, with all audio in one file, rather than
The previous 'pile of file' format. We are using the SQLite library to
Manageis the contents of this file. Too many users were previously getting
Caught out by copying part of the project only, when backing up.
'Backup Project' command replaces 'Save Lossless Copy of Project' and 'Save
Compressed Copy of Project'
Added Corsican and Marathi languages.
'Label Sounds' replaces 'Sound Finder' and 'Silence Finder'.
Added Import and Export of Macros.
Added Attack, Hold and Delay times to Noise Gate.
Added Multi-View option to Track Preferences
Added hidden (bindable to shortcuts) commands for repeating last generator,
Analyzer or tool. Previously only most recent effect could be repeated.
Upgraded Nyquist to 3.16
Over 160 bugs in 2.4.2 fixed, including:
208 - Some effects (including equalization effects) delete Envelope Control
Points, or do not move them when timeline changes
|Audacity for Windows 2.3.3 Nov 25, 2019||
Changes since version 2.3.2:
Equalization effect now split into two effects, Filter Curve and Graphic EQ
Presets (using manage button) now active/working
Can now have two points at same frequency for steep steps
|Audacity for Windows 2.3.2 May 14, 2019||
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.
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