It seems, these days every other major free/libre media production tool is undergoing dramatic changes that promise richer feature set, better usability, and, generally, more power to users. Audacity is one of them.
Originally developed by Dominic Mazzoni, Audacity has been with us for the past 16 years. By now, there's probably a whole generation of people doing things with sound and using Audacity as the go-to application for simple recording, editing, and mixing audio, as well as for completely uncommon projects such as making 3D jewelry out of waveforms.
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