MacMost Now 356: Editing Audio in Audacity

Audacity is a free open source sound editor that anyone who edits audio should have on their Mac. It allows you to record, edit, alter and export sounds. It can be much easier to use than GarageBand for simple tasks.

Comments: 2 Responses to “MacMost Now 356: Editing Audio in Audacity”

    Gill AND JANE JACOBSON
    10 years ago

    have used audacity,or tried to use.It sucks

    i.m.joseph
    8 years ago

    This is great for a beginner, however I’ve been using audacity for years. What I was originally looking for in this post http://macmost.com/recording-internal-audio.html comment/question was a tutorial on how to use Soundflower – iShowUHD and Audacity. I have tried and tried several times to create a file with an evp and voice over recording at the same time. The iShowUHD is capturing the video and my voice over but not the audacity program audio or evp. Thanks

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