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Richard Ash first got involved with audacity as an alternative to CoolEdit2000 which would run on the Linux machine he took to University. A compile error trying to install a pre-release of audacity 1.2.0 lead to the audacity support list and two years helping users there.

A string of patches (that became audacity 1.2.4) lead to CVS access and an increasing amount of audacity development, almost all for Linux, with a focus on audacity's libraries and audio processing code.