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Audacity 2.3.3 Open-Source Audio Editor Released with Better AAC/M4A Exports

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Audacity 2.3.3 is mostly a bug fix release that addresses multiple issues reported by users from previous versions, but it also brings some improvements, such as a new quality setting for AAC/M4A exports, the ability to skip leading silence (blank space) in exports, as well as "What you hear is what you get" for exports.

This release also splits the equalization effect into two effects, namely Filter Curve and Graphic EQ, which supports presets using the Manage button and two points at same frequency for steep steps. Furthermore, Audacity 2.3.3 removes some functionality that confused users, such as Nyquist Workbench, Vocal Remover, On-Demand aliased files, and "Normalize on Load."

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Audacity 2.3.3 Released Today- Available for Linux

Audacity 2.3.3 Released With Major Bug Fixes, Removes Obsolete

  • Audacity 2.3.3 Released With Major Bug Fixes, Removes Obsolete Features

    Audacity 2.3.3 serves as the latest stable release of the famous open source audio editor. But the team behind the tool say that this update offers “no new and almost no changed features” when compared to previous builds.

    However, many long standing bug fixes are included thanks to code ‘restructuring’ work. Among the 75+ bugs fixed are...

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