Audacity: a new release for our beloved audio editor

Audacity is one o out best friends. A free audio editor for recording, slicing, and mixing audio. good for teaching, playing, transcribing all stuff connected to be a musician.
There’s a new release Audacity 1.3.8 (Beta). And this is a good news.

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The Audacity Teamannounce the release of Audacity 1.3.8 (Beta) for Windows, Mac and Linux/Unix (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download). It contains a number of significant improvements, plus some bug fixes. Highlights include:

* VST Effects now display in
GUI mode by default

* Updated Nyquist implementation

* Improvements to Equalization,
Noise Removal, Truncate Silence,
Click Track and effects chains

* Improved Plot Spectrum analysis
and new preferences for
Spectrograms

* Record more than 16 channels
(hardware/drivers permitting)

* New “Mixer Board” view with
per-track VU meters

* AMR NB export support via the
optional FFmpeg library
(http://manual.audacityteam.org/index.php?title=FAQ:Installation_and_Plug-Ins#installffmpeg)

* 32-bit float data over 0 dB
handled without clipping

* Draft Manual/Quick Help included
in Windows and Mac installers

* Faster waveform drawing and better
response in multi-track projects

* Various bug fixes, stability and
accessibility improvements

See New in Audacity 1.3.8 (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/features-1.3-a#details) for more on the latest features and fixes.

Note: This release does not support Windows 98 or ME, for which 1.3.7 is still available (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/beta_windows#recdown).

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