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Audacity is a free software that enables recording and editing of sounds. It works well with most operating systems such as Windows (Vista, 7 and 8), Mac and Linux.

File formats supported by Audacity include the standards WAV and AIFF as well as OGG and MP3. A full range of basic effects are also available such as delay, reverb and compression.

Audacity allows the recording of live audio, computer playback, converting tapes and records into digital recordings, editing of various file formats, copying, splicing or mixing sounds among other features.

With a microphone or a mixer, anybody can do live audio recording. It can also record streaming audio.

Importing and exporting files and converting them into different formats are possible as well. They can be combined with other files or even new recordings.

Editing and mixing several tracks are easy to do with Audacity. Simple cut, copy, paste or delete. Multiple clips are allowed for every track while the envelope tool lets you fade your volume up and down smoothly.

Developed by a group of volunteers, Audacity is known as an open source software owing to the fact that its source code is available to anybody who want to use or study it.

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