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This page provides links to vendors that bundle Audacity with their commercial products.  
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[http://audacity.sourceforge.net/about/license License, and Advice for Vendors] provides information about the Audacity license and how to bundle, resell, or distribute Audacity.
  
An entry does not necessarily constitute endorsement of the item by the Audacity Team. Each entry should be just a link and a brief description -- pricing information is inappropriate. Entries should be in alphabetical order.
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[http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/bundlers Vendors that Distribute Audacity] provides links to vendors that bundle Audacity with their commercial products.  
  
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Vendors should please contact us directly for application to be put on the [http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/bundlers Vendors that Distribute Audacity] page.
  
== Behringer iAXE393 USB-Guitar ==
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An entry does not necessarily constitute endorsement of the item by the Audacity Team. Each entry should be just a link and a brief description -- pricing information is inappropriate. Entries will be maintained in alphabetical order by vendor name, then product name.
 
 
http://www.behringer.com/IAXE393/
 
 
 
The Behringer iAXE393 USB-Guitar is an electric guitar that connects to the computer via USB and has headphones output. It comes with the "Guitar Combos BEHRINGER Edition" from Native Instruments, software emulations of three amp/effects combos.
 
 
 
== Ion® iTTUSB and Numark® ttUSB turntables ==
 
 
 
http://www.ion-audio.com/ittusb.php
 
 
 
http://www.numark.com/products/product_view.php?v=overview&n=144
 
 
 
These turntables allow users to record vinyl and shellac records into Audacity via the computer's USB port, so neither a conventional turntable or line-in is required.  
 
 
 
The Ion iTTUSB also provides a line-in port where an external device such as a cassette player can be attached and recorded into Audacity through the USB port. The Numark ttUSB is similar, made by a sister company, and adds a variable pitch control.
 
 
 
Currently these turntables disable system sound on Windows machines until they are unplugged at the USB connection. This is correctable by resetting the system playback device in the Windows mixer. They also have no volume control nor apparently any ability to vary the input level of the recording.
 
 
 
== Podcast Factory™ from M-Audio (U.S.) and Pinnacle™ (Europe) divisions of Avid ==
 
 
 
http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/PodcastFactory-main.html
 
 
 
http://www.pinnaclesys.com/PublicSite/uk/Products/Consumer+Products/Audio/M-Audio/Family?code=UKMaudio
 
 
 
Podcast Factory is an all-in-one hardware/software solution that makes it easy to record, edit and distribute professional-sounding podcasts. It comes with a broadcast-quality microphone and professional 24-bit/48kHz USB audio interface for making top-notch voice and voice+music recordings. Use the included Audacity software to edit your recordings, create your podcast, and publish it to the Web.
 
 
 
''Note: Currently Podcast Factory will not work with Windows XP Media Center Edition (XP Home and Pro are not affected). Audacity itself does work with Media Center Edition, subject to your computer having suitable sound device drivers specific to your hardware.''
 
 
 
Applied Research and Technology USB PhonoPlus v2:
 
http://www.artproaudio.com/products.asp?type=90&cat=13&id=128
 
 
 
Lenco USB Turntable:
 
http://www.lenco.de/en/products/7/Turntable/444/TURNTABLE_WITH_USB_CONNECTION/
 

Revision as of 03:52, 10 May 2007

License, and Advice for Vendors provides information about the Audacity license and how to bundle, resell, or distribute Audacity.

Vendors that Distribute Audacity provides links to vendors that bundle Audacity with their commercial products.

Vendors should please contact us directly for application to be put on the Vendors that Distribute Audacity page.

An entry does not necessarily constitute endorsement of the item by the Audacity Team. Each entry should be just a link and a brief description -- pricing information is inappropriate. Entries will be maintained in alphabetical order by vendor name, then product name.