There’s a new version of AUdacity, the free audio recording and editing software I recommend.
Here’s how to get it for free.
And just so you know what’s in the new version, here’s what the Audacity development team said about it:
September 29, 2014: Audacity 2.0.6 Released
Audacity 2.0.6 replaces all previous versions.
– better user interface for Keyboard Preferences
– streamlining of several Menus
– LV2 now supported on all platforms, and improved VST settings interface
– translations updated, including adding Tamil language
– other improvements, including to import/export and ease of installation on Mac OS X
– user interface bug fixes to Region Restore, dragging selections, and many others
– effects bug fixes to add missing effects to Chains, fix accuracy of Analyze > Contrast
– fix accuracy of Noise Removal attack and decay
– improve speed of Nyquist effects on OS X and Linux
– other bug fixes to Timeline after Loop Play, Transcription Toolbar, and Linux build issues
(Don’t worry if any or none of that makes sense to you – you should upgrade)
You can, if you want to immerse yourself in the very technical nature of what’s new, read all about it here:
But more importantly, upgrade here:
Hope this helps!