SitesThatRecommendAudacity

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This page is intended to be used for people to list some of the most interesting sites that recommend Audacity. It's kind of a link exchange. You must have an active page linking to http://audacity.sourceforge.net/  to mention your site here. Please make your link easily discoverable, for example by placing it on a "links" or "resources" page that can be clicked on from your home page. Otherwise, we will only allow a link to the page that mentions us.
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Rock Multitracks - Backing Tracks With Vocals for Guitar, Bass, and Drums in a Multitrack format recommend Audacity.
http://www.rockmultitracks.com

"419 Hell" - An anti-scam website that fights back against Nigerian email scams. They recommend Audacity as a free phone call recorder that "scam baiters" can use to record conversations with scammers.
http://www.419hell.com/

Guitar Player World - Learn How to Play Guitar | Free Guitar Lessons Online
http://www.guitarplayerworld.com

aHLONGOZ rOCKIN' tIME - for those about to rock, visit my site and download my sounds made using Audacity (great open source software)!!:
http://ahlongoz.web44.net/album.htm

Livewyre Studio - Site dedicated to turning analogue recordings (mainly cassettes) into digital format (CD or MP3) includes a simple guide for multi-track recording with Audacity:
http://www.cassette2cd.co.uk/DIY/index.php

Déclic Vidéo FX - Free Tutorials, tips, tricks and patches for Pinnacle Studio,Hollywood FX & proDAD non-linear video editing software:
http://declic-video-fx.com/

Subscription service that creates animated speaking characters:
http://www.sitepal.com/

Free soundbyte sharing community
http://soundboard.com/tutorial_aud.aspx

Radio Station that uses Audacity
http://www.musiksender.fm/

Audacity How-to Tutorials:
http://www.guidesandtutorials.com/audacity-tutorial.html

Recommended by Guides and Tutorials for Podcasting:
http://www.guidesandtutorials.com/podcasting-tutorial.html

So ya wanna be an Audio Editor, eh?
http://www.fark.com/farq/audioedit.shtml

Making Your Own Wav Files
http://www.clayloomis.com/makewavs.html

Starting with Podcasting
http://www.podcastings.de

GavezDois, a Podcast powered by Audacity :
http://www.gavezdois.com

MP3 Sound Stream, has a somewhat simplified Tutorial for Audacity.
http://www.mp3soundstream.com/Audacity_Tutorial_-_Free_Audio_Editing_Software.html

Music and recording software site rates Audacity 97 out of 100:
http://www.sonicspot.com/audacity/audacity.html

Audacity is recommended in the book:
Podcasting for Dummies and also in the companion podcast for the book.

Audacity is listed on the software updates and releases site:
http://www.update-scout.com

Freeville Music captured more than 500 original tracks with open mic using Audacity. Listen at:
http://freevillemusic.com

iBeat offers 500 plus free loops and soundsamples (fx drum samples, bass samples) under a Creative Commons license and recommends and links to Audacity.
http://ibeat.org/

Recipes for Music on your PC using ABC Notation, Timidity and Audacity:
http://www.distasis.com/recipes/music.htm

"Creating music with your PC" Learning Project
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Creating_music_with_your_PC

Audacity is recommended to Do-It-Yourselfer web site builders
http://www.houston-websites.com/newbie.htm

Free-Eds.co.uk contains free teaching resources in all subjects. Audacity is listed in the Music section as suitable for all four UK national curriculum music key stages.
http://www.free-eds.co.uk/music.shtml

Free-Loops.com provides some 6,000 loops and audio clips, a growing selection of free VST plug-ins for Windows and a range of multimedia software, all for free download. We recommend Audacity.
http://free-loops.com/