Audacity 3.4 adds tempo controls and workflows in a story update

Audacity 3.4

During this week, Muse Group has announced the launch of Audacity 3.4. It may seem like just another update, but it is not, as anyone who downloads it or watches the video that we will include later will be able to verify. Until now the program was more of a mixer and wave editor, but it seems that it wants to grow bigger and has added an option that makes it look a little more like DAW-type programs.

Suppose we want to create or extend a project that we know is at 120bpm. With the new option Compasses and measures Not only will we be able to indicate the tempo; Now we can also add the measures of the measures. If we have drum beats that don't fit as they should, we can now stretch or shrink them to fit the new shoehorn. These types of measures are in all the programs that claim to be our choice for creating musical content.

Highlights of Audacity 3.4

  • Various music functions are now included, such as switching between time in hours, minutes and seconds to bars and measures. By pressing the Alt key, you can now also stretch or shrink time.
  • New export window with several improvements.
  • Stereo Set mode is now always used for MP3, which always delivers the best possible quality.
  • The stereo track has been simplified.
  • When importing audio, the project sample rate no longer changes.
  • New defaults: Time signature toolbar is now displayed, button is only set in multitrack mode, time tracks have a wider starting range.
  • Now using Conan 2.
  • Various bug fixes and other changes available in this link.

Audacity 3.4, which arrives six months after the earlier version which uploaded to FFmpeg 6, available from your website in AppImage format. After Muse Group stopped collecting telemetry, the program returned to the official repositories of most popular Linux distributions, where it will arrive in the next few hours or days.

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