An introduction to computer audio
Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems.
You can use Audacity to:
- Record live audio.
- Convert tapes and records into digital recordings or CDs.
- Edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files.
- Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together.
- Change the speed or pitch of a recording.
- And more! See the complete list of features.
Software purpose-built to digitize records and tapes. It can:
- record your LPs and tapes
- split them into tracks
- look up track listings and album art over the Internet
- remove clicks, hiss, hum and more
- save your tracks in a wide variety of file formats
- burn both audio and MP3 CDs and DVDs
- available for PC and Macintosh
- makes the job a pleasure rather than a chore
- De-Click Vinyl Records
- .Manual and Timed Recordings
- Track Editor
- Fade in/out
| Standard Edition
OS: OSX 10.5 and higher, Intel CPU
Digital LP playback, editing and archival; high-resolution digital music server
Linking analog LP playback with the precision of high-resolution digital music reproduction
- LP Playback / Recording / Editing / Archival
- Precision Optimized 64-Bit RIAA Vinyl Correction Curve (IIR design, with phase response identical to analog RIAA correction)
- High Resolution Music Server Software
- Directly links audiophile caliber analog vinyl playback and the advantages of high-resolution (192 kHz / 24 bit) digital audio reproduction and recording / archival
- Single point of integration for analog and digitally sourced music
- Supports 192 kHz 24 bit Sampling for State of the Art, High-Resolution Digital Quality
- Painstakingly Designed to Preserve the Warmth, Clarity and Dynamics of Vinyl Reproduction
- Pristine, 64 bit (Double Precision) Floating-Point Internal Signal Path for No Added Distortion 6
- Helps Optimize Turntable Setup by Providing a Repeatable Baseline: Just Record and Compare