It is free, open source, cross-platform audio software for multi-track recording and editing.
It can record live audio through a microphone or mixer, or digitize recordings from other media. With some sound cards, and on any recent version of Windows, Audacity can also capture streaming audio.
Features of Audacity:
- Import sound files, edit them, and combine them with other files or new recordings. Export your recordings in many different file formats, including multiple files at once.
- Sample rates and formats are converted using high-quality resampling and dithering.
- Easy editing with Cut, Copy, Paste and Delete. Find the spot to edit easily with scrubbing and seeking or Timeline Quick-Play. Unlimited sequential Undo (and Redo) in the session to go back any number of steps.
- Tracks and selections can be fully manipulated using the keyboard. Large range of keyboard shortcuts.
- Nyquist is a programming language for sound synthesis and analysis based on the Lisp programming language. It is an extension of the XLISP dialect of Lisp.
- Filter a frequency selection created in Spectrogram view or Spectral Selection Toolbar using spectral edit effects.
- Adjust volume with Compressor, Amplify, Normalize, Fade In/Out, Studio Fade Out, Crossfade Clips, Crossfade Tracks and Adjustable Fade effects.
- Spectrogram view mode for visualizing and selecting frequencies.
- Plot Spectrum window for detailed frequency analysis.
- Record from microphone, line input, USB/Firewire devices and others.
- Record at sample rates up to 192,000 Hz (subject to appropriate hardware and host selection). Up to 384,000 Hz is supported for appropriate high-resolution devices on Windows (using WASAPI), Mac OS X, and Linux.
System Requirements of Audacity:
OS: Windows 98, XP, vista, 7
Processor: 1GHz Recommended
RAM: 2GB Recommended
Hard disk drive: around 100MB required
How To Install:
- Just download file from given link
- Install it
- Start editing your favorite music. That’s it.
How to use audacity?
Step 1: Find a file to edit
Step 2: Import the file into Audacity
Step 3: Look at the waveform
Step 5: Create a 10-second clip from your audio
Step 6: Fade out the last second
Step 7: Export the resulting file
Step 8 – Testing your new Audio Production