Release Notes 2.2.1
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Revision as of 14:28, 21 November 2017 by BillWharrie
|Audacity 2.2.1 was released on XX Month 2017.
Changes since previous version
See the New Features page in the Manual for more information about improvements and other changes.
For those who really have to know, the list of bugs fixed in 2.2.1 is here.
Audacity is for Windows, Mac and Linux desktop machines. There is no version of Audacity for Android or iPhone.
- Audacity 2.2.1 requires the CPU to support the SSE2 instruction set which should be available on any Intel hardware produced after 2001 and any AMD hardware produced after 2003. To check what SSE levels your CPU supports, you can install CPU-Z. If your hardware only supports SSE, you may download Audacity 2.0.6 (ZIP, not installer) by clicking this link.
- 2.2.0 does not officially support Windows XP.
macOS / Mac OS X
- Audacity 2.2.1 is for Intel Macs running OS X 10.6 and later and macOS. There are legacy versions for older OS X at http://audacityteam.org/download/legacy-mac/.
- Linux support is tested on Ubuntu Linux.
- Audacity may compile on Gentoo, Debian, Mint.
- Audacity does not currently compile on SuSE Linux.
See our list of issues for much more detail of issues with Audacity 2.2.1.
- Below are listed what we believe are the most common and important issues with 2.2.1 for most users.
We track these and many other bugs in our 'bugzilla' database.
- Click on the bug numbers to see work done on these bugs.
|ID||Summary (5 tasks) ⇒||ID|
|276||Linux: PULSE-AUDIO issues. Freeze repeatedly starting/stopping streams.||276|
|42||Timer Record occasionally carries on recording past the scheduled end, requiring force quit||42|
|33||Summary: Accessibility issues||33|
|1767||Opening a second project from Mac's Finder produces a second inaccessible instance of Audacity||1767|
|1726||Linux: MIDI playback timing / synchronisation problems||1726|