Books about Audacity
|This page is a selected list of some useful books about Audacity, or about performing particular tasks with it. Note that all the books currently listed on this page refer to obsolete versions of Audacity.
|Podcasting with Audacity: Creating a Podcast With Free Audio Software
by Dominic Mazzoni (co-founder of Audacity) and Scott Granneman - 173 pages, published by Prentice Hall. E-book only.Designed to get you podcasting as quickly as possible, with lots of tips and tricks to make complicated editing even easier.
by Christian Brochec (Audacity Team) - French, 256 pages, published by Pearson. Book with CD-ROM only. No longer officially published but currently available new or secondhand from the link above.Learn the basics of multi-track editing in Audacity 1.3 from capture and import through editing and effects processing to the final result. The included CD ROM provides audio files for the exercises in the book.
|Audacity 2.1 kompakt
A "getting started" introduction for new Audacity users, while serving as a reference tool and source of Audacity tips and tricks for all.
|Getting started with Audacity 1.3
by Bethany Hiitola - 220 pages, published by Packt Publishing. Paperback and E-book.
Teaches basic techniques of recording and editing with Audacity for tasks such as podcasts and interviews, using a task-based, step-by-step approach.
| The Book of Audacity - Record, Edit, Mix and Master with the Free Audio Editor
by Carla Schroder - 384 pages, published by No Starch Press. Print book (with free E-book) or E-book (all E-books are DRM-free in PDF, Mobi and ePub formats).
This book guides you through a range of fun and useful Audacity projects that demystify geeky audio jargon and show you how to get the most from Audacity 1.3; it includes tips for tuning Windows and Linux computers for audio production (including how to use JACK with Audacity on Linux).