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Audacity 1.3.2 Beta Review

Apr 24, 2007, 04:30 (1 Talkback[s])
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"I'm thrilled to report that the latest beta of Audacity is indeed, just what the doctor ordered. If you have been an Audacity fan with your favorite distribution, you likely remember the headache of doing something as simple as assigning the proper sound device settings when working with something like a USB headset. Seriously, with the exception of higher end equipment, who is going to use that lousy mic jack built into their sound card when I can enjoy the noise canceling goodness of my USB headset?

"The Install. One piece of information that I discovered was that there was no sign of Audacity in any of my repositories (probably since it is in Beta). So, off to Google I go to find the best bet for compiling success. As a rule, I prefer not to deal with a source like this, as it is a dependency witch hunt 99 percent of the time; however, as luck would have it, I was able to locate a working package all ready to go, or so it seemed..."

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