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Fancella: Interview with Dominic Mazzoni, Lead Developer for Audacity

Jun 29, 2004, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dave Fancella)

[ Thanks to Dave Fancella for this link. ]

"As a long time musician, or so I like to call myself, and a free software enthusiast, I have personally found Audacity to be an indispensable tool for mastering mixes. Many other musicians use it to record as well, and many other people use it for a variety of uses, including deploying it into public radio stations, restoring LPs for CD-burning, and more. Audacity has been in continuous development since 1990 and is a multi-track recorder, mixer, wave form visualization tool, and editor all rolled into one. It's the Free Software equivalent of Protools, Soundforge, and Cakewalk, albeit without the midi portion of any of those programs.

"Recently I exchanged some email with Dominic Mazzoni, the Lead Developer and founder of Audacity..."

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