Difference between revisions of "Release Notes 3.2.1"
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|Audacity 3.2.1 was released on 05 Oct 2022
This is a patch release for Audacity 3.2. It fixes some bugs.
Changes and improvements since previous version
- #3686 Fixed Audacity crashing on startup on some systems.
- #3694 Fixed a crash when applying Waves Berzerk Distortion Mono to a mono track.
- #3699 Fixed a freeze when very quickly starting and stopping playback.
- #3747 macOS: Homebrew FFmpeg installs are now found automatically.
- #3594 macOS: Fixed Melda VST Plugin UI.
- #3474 Building with VST3 support is now possible without Conan.
Audacity is for Windows, Mac and Linux desktop machines. There is no version of Audacity for Android or iPhone.
- Audacity 3.2 supports Windows 10 & 11
- Windows Vista, 7 and 8.1 should still work, but are no longer tested.
- Downloads for older versions are available on the Legacy Windows page on the Audacity Website.
macOS / Mac OS X
- Audacity 3.2 supports OS X 10.9 and later, and macOS.
- There are legacy versions for older OS X at http://audacityteam.org/download/legacy-mac/.
- In addition to the traditional update path via package managers, Audacity 3.0.3 and onwards are distributed as an AppImage. The AppImage gets updated at the same time as the Windows and macOS versions, so if you collaborate with users on those platforms, you may want to use the AppImage over your distribution's package manager.
- Linux support is tested on Ubuntu 20.04.
- Other Linux distributions should work, but aren't tested by the Audacity team.