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Revision as of 14:08, 13 July 2014 by PeterSampson (talk | contribs) (moved the finds into the intro note - looks much better there imo)
Peter 2May14: ToDo-206 The reference to "using Audacity version 2.0.4 or earlier" in the intro will need to be changed to 2.0.5 once we release 2.0.6
Peter 9May14: ToDo-206 Link for "Audio from ... > Audio CD" will need to be changed to the tutorial page (which is currently only in the alpha Manual) once 2.0.6 is released.
Welcome to the user-editable wiki for Audacity ® - a free, award-winning open source program for recording and editing sound. Audacity runs on Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux and other operating systems.
This Audacity Wiki is for the current version of Audacity. It is strongly recommended that you use the current version in conjunction with the current Audacity Manual.
- You can get help for any 2.0.x version by asking on the Audacity Forum.
- Find pages: by category, by popularity, all pages, user home pages
|If you are using Audacity version 2.0.4 or earlier then you will need to use the Legacy Wiki.|
- Frequently Asked Questions in the Audacity Manual
- Ask on the forum
- IRC Channel
- The Audacity Community (summary)
- User-created music and more about music
- Effects Plug-ins
- Books about Audacity (obsolete versions)
- Legacy Wiki (for other than current Audacity)
Tips and extra Tutorials
The main set of Tutorials can be found in the Audacity Manual
- MP3 using the LAME MP3 encoder
- Audio CD
- iTunes and iPod
Tips and Troubleshooting
Operating System Help
- Use the Windows system mixer to enable inputs
- Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista
- Mac OS X