Completed Features

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These are all features previously requested which are now implemented in audacity. The first version to implement them is in brackets.

  • VuMeter - complete with both peak and RMS display, peak-hold lines, linear and dB scales, resizable windows, and clipping indicators (1.2.2).
  • Add label at current playback cursor (1.2.2).
  • Import/export FreeLosslessAudioCodec (FLAC) - Fully implemented via the current version of libsndfile in future releases. 1.3 has an enhanced exporter which supports FLAC tags as well (1.3.2).
  • Export Multiple - exports separate file for each label appeared in (1.2.2).
  • Automation: Export many files at once (1.2.3).
  • Time Position - display as a number the postion of the cursor, of the begin and end of selection (1.3.0).
  • Waveform scale: dB option - already done - change the option on the track pop down menu to "waveform (dB)"
  • More than one clip per track (1.3.0).
  • Move cursor to a specific time (useful for blind users, and anyone with long files) (1.3.0).
  • Support for GTK+2 & Unicode wxWidgets builds (1.3.0).
  • Allow generation of X seconds of silence at cursor a la v1.0.0 "Insert Silence" instead of fixed 30 second interval (1.2.4).
  • Make Mono Track: Option to create a new mono track from a stereo track (1.3.0).
  • Set selection based on times (i.e. select 1.0 sec to 5.0 sec) (1.3.0).
  • 12-band graphic equalizer (smoother and faster than the current FFT filter or Equalizer) (1.3.2).
  • Time limit for recording
    • See TimedRecording for a way to do this in Audacity 1.2. (didn't work for me either)
    • See also AudaRemote, a scheduled recording program for Audacity on Windows.
  • Scheduled start time for recording (1.3.2).
  • ClickPop removal (1.2.4).
  • Make "label at selection" work while recording (1.2.4).
  • Allow clear or partial clear of Undo buffers (1.2.4).
  • Quickly find the locations in your recording where you need to do some editing.

Press CTRL + M to add a label at the current playback or recording position. This then gives you markers on the project which you can click on to return to the position you were at when you created the label.

  • Mixer support for ALSA on Linux (1.3.2).