There’s much to like about Audacity. First up, you’re going to like that Audacity is an audio editor that provides support for lots of audio formats and numerous audio editing functions. Next up, you’re going to like that Audacity can also be used to record audio. And last but not least, you’re going to like that Audacity is free and open source software that is available for Windows, OS X, and Linux.
There are, of course, plenty of other things to like about this free audio editor and recorder; I only mentioned the top three things that came to mind. Go get Audacity and uncover your own reasons to love it.
Edit audio files
The main thing you can do with Audacity is edit audio files. You can select and remove sections from a song, you can change the way the song sounds by applying an effect, you can append a recording, and more.
One other thing you can do with Audacity is record audio. Audacity, it must be mentioned, can record audio from multiple sources. Keep the recording as is, edit it, or append it to a song.
Import and export any audio file
Audacity provides support for MP3, WAV, OGG, AIFF, and lots of other formats. This means that you can import and export pretty much any audio file you want.
Classic waveform display
Audacity uses the classic waveform display to present audio files on its interface. On its user friendly, intuitive and customizable interface that is.
Free for any purpose
Audacity is free software that can be used for any purpose, be it personal, commercial or educational.