A cross-platform and very easy to use application that allows you to record as well as edit audio, while also exporting MP3, WAV or AIFF
What's new in Audacity 3.0.5:Fixed a bug with envelope points, which could multiply uncontrollably and cause Audacity to crash. In particular: #1476: Envelope points are multiplied when using Filter Curve EQ or Graphic EQ #1477: Filter Curve EQ will crash if there is an envelope point outside of the selection
Audacity is a free and user-friendly macOS application that enables you to record audio, edit audio files and export the result to the desired file format.
Moreover, Audacity comes with a simple and intuitive interface that helps you to easily and quickly access the tools and features you might need during the editing process.
Open-source and free audio editing tool for novice and experienced users
Audacity’s recording feature is one of the most important tools that allows you to capture audio via a microphone or mixer and even digitize recordings from cassette tapes, minidiscs or records.
The top toolbar offers you control over multiple input and output device while displaying the level meters, which can be used to monitor volume levels during in real time. The meters prove their utility when recording from a microphone, input line, USB or Firewire devices.
Easily record sound and edit existing files from within a clean interface
Thanks to the Sound Activated Recording abilities, you can precisely time your records and eliminate silent or dead channels. On top of that, you can use Audacity to dub over existing tracks and edit multi-track recordings.
What is more, you can record audio at sample rates up to 192,000 Hz and up to 384,000 Hz if you use the appropriate high-resolution devices. You can even record multiple channels at once at 24-bit depth and export your recordings in one of the supported file formats.
Audacity is also capable to import existing sound files and allows you to edit and mix them with other files or your own recordings.
Capture or import audio files and export your work to one of the supported file formats
You can import and export FLAC, OGG Vorbis, AIFF, AU and WAV files. The provided editing tools allows you to cut, copy, paste and delete sound sections and use an unlimited number of undo and redo.
Furthermore, Audacity offers numerous audio effects that you can use to change the pitch of the track, remove distortions, statics, hum or hiss background noises, alter frequencies, adjust volumes, remove vocals and more.