SitesThatRecommendAudacity

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This page is intended to be used for people to list some of the most interesting sites that recommend Audacity. It's kind of a link exchange. You must have an active page linking to http://audacity.sourceforge.net/  to mention your site here. Please make your link easily discoverable, for example by placing it on a "links" or "resources" page that can be clicked on from your home page. Otherwise, we will only allow a link to the page that mentions us.
Please only add text links, no banners or images.




419 Hell - An anti-scam website that fights back against Nigerian email scams. They recommend Audacity as a free phone call recorder that "scam baiters" can use to record conversations with scammers.
http://www.419hell.com/

aHLONGOZ rOCKIN' tIME - for those about to rock, visit my site and download my sounds made using Audacity (great open source software)!!:
http://ahlongoz.web44.net/album.htm

Ashy Macbean's sound page - A collection of original compositions produced exclusively on Audacity:
http://ashy-macbean.com/sounds/sounds.htm

Audacity How-to Tutorials:
http://www.guidesandtutorials.com/audacity-tutorial.html

"Creating music with your PC" Learning Project
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Creating_music_with_your_PC

Free-Eds.co.uk contains free teaching resources in all subjects. Audacity is listed in the Music section as suitable for all four UK national curriculum music key stages.
http://www.free-eds.co.uk/music.shtml<

Freeville Music captured more than 500 original tracks with open mic using Audacity. Listen at:
http://freevillemusic.com

GavezDois, a Podcast powered by Audacity :
http://www.gavezdois.com

Guides and Tutorials for Podcasting recommend Audacity:
http://www.guidesandtutorials.com/podcasting-tutorial.html

Guitar Player World - Learn How to Play Guitar | Free Guitar Lessons Online:
http://www.guitarplayerworld.com

Hitz 247 is an Australian net radio station that encourages young people to get involved. Audacity is the tool of choice for many young program makers at Hitz 247:
http://www.hitz247.com/

Creative Commons logo iBeat offers 500 plus free loops and audio samples (fx drum samples, bass samples) under a Creative Commons licence and recommends and links to Audacity:
http://ibeat.org/

LiftHer have used Audacity in our development and are very satisfied. Hence it's included in our page with Free programs:
http://www.lifther.com/Ancient/Thorium_Engine/Free_programs1.html

Livewyre Studio - Site dedicated to turning analog recordings (mainly cassettes) into digital format (CD or MP3) includes a simple guide for multi-track recording with Audacity:
http://www.cassette2cd.co.uk/DIY/index.php

Making Your Own Wav Files
http://www.clayloomis.com/makewavs.html

MP3 Sound Stream has a somewhat simplified Tutorial for Audacity.
http://www.mp3soundstream.com/Audacity_Tutorial_-_Free_Audio_Editing_Software.html

Podcasting for Dummies: Audacity is recommended in the book:
Podcasting for Dummies and also in the companion podcast for the book.

Recipes for Music on your PC using ABC Notation, Timidity and Audacity:
http://www.distasis.com/recipes/music.htm

Rock Multitracks - Backing Tracks With Vocals for Guitar, Bass, and Drums in a Multitrack format recommend Audacity.
http://www.rockmultitracks.com

Site DIL23 - This site serves very little purpose! ...but we only recommend things WE think are GOOD!!!
http://www.dil23.co.uk (check out the cURLs page!)

So ya wanna be an Audio Editor, eh?
http://www.fark.com/farq/audioedit.shtml

Software Developer’s Journal is an online magazine about software development. We recommend Audacity in each issue. Our magazine is useful for everyone interested in programming, management, testing and development – both professionals and hobbyists.
http://sdjournal.org/

Sonicspot music and recording software site rates Audacity 97 out of 100:
http://www.sonicspot.com/audacity/audacity.html

Starting with Podcasting
http://www.podcastings.de

Stereospread is an electropop band and production team from Asheville, North Carolina, USA. Stereospread endorses Audacity on their web site and have used it at the Center for Ethnomusicology at Columbia University to edit field recordings.
http://stereospread.com/about-us/#/about-us/

Tony Monaco (jazz keyboardist and organist) endorses Audacity on his site. He now has a series of "Play Alongs" where each instrument is a separate MP3 file (letting you remix in Audacity as you like) and a PDF score and MIDI file is also included.
http://www.b3monaco.com/MPshoppingcart.htm

Update Scout, the software updates and releases site lists Audacity:
http://www.update-scout.com


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