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Audacity

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Audio Editor by Audacity Team
Audacity
Audacity Audacity
Audacity by Audacity Team is an Audio Plugin Host for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a LADSPA Plugin. It can host VST Plugins, Audio Units Plugins, LADSPA Plugins and LV2 Plugins.
Product
Version
2.4.2
System Requirements
Minimum requirements:
Windows Vista (home): 512 MB / 1 GHz
Windows 7 / 8 (32-bit): 1 GB / 1 GHz
Windows 10: 2 GB / 1 GHz

Recommended:
Windows Vista (home): 2 GB / 1 GHz
Windows 7 or later: 4 GB / 2 GHz
Product
Version
2.4.2
System Requirements
OS X 10.7 and later
macOS 10.12 Sierra
macOS 10.13 High Sierra
macOS 10.14 Mojave
Product
Version
2.4.2
Can Host
Effects
Sample Formats
Loads and/or Saves
AIFF, FLAC, MP2, MP3, OGG, WAV, WAV 24-Bit, WAV 32-bit
Copy Protection
None
Open Source
GPL
Important Note
Audacity is designed for recording, analyzing, editing and processing audio. Audacity does not support MIDI recording (import, export, basic editing and playback only).
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Audacity is a free multi-track wave (audio) editor.

Features:

  • Full record and edit functionality.
  • Import and export WAV, AIFF, Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and more.
  • Unlimited Undo.
  • Amplitude envelope editor.
  • Customizable spectrogram mode.
  • Frequency analysis window.
  • Many built-in effects.
  • Macros and Scripting options.
  • Supports VST, AU and LV2 plug-ins.

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mbh60
mbh60
1 January 2012 at 4:35pm

Does anyone know if BFD Eco can be used "inside" Audacity, as a "plug in"? I am kind of new to all this jazz and don't really understand "VST/AU/RTAS-compatible hosts" and such. If Audacity is compatible as a host, where would I find information on how to make that work? Thanks so much to anyone who takes the time to provide helpful info!

broomfield
broomfield
14 May 2019 at 9:47am

Audacity does not support BFD Eco as a plug-in.

LWW
LWW
12 February 2012 at 12:55am

Hello. Audacity cannot host or make use of VSTs (virtual studio technology) instruments, at the moment it is a programme used to record and edit audio files. For VST hosting you would have to look at DAWs (digital audio workstations), most aren't free although there seems to be software available at no cost. These include 'Anvil Studio' by Willow Software, and 'Kristal Audio Engine' by Kreatives.org, both can be downloaded from this website.

There are also very good quality VSTs available to download for free, try the 'Kontakt Player' by Native Instruments and download their free 'factory selection' instruments set that you can load into the player and make use of.

I hope this has helped - more information could be found through google and typing something like "home studio recording", there will be lots of websites to choose from.

All the best and good luck.

slowdazzzle
slowdazzzle
12 May 2012 at 10:56am

The DAW to get is "Reaper". One can get a full license for $60, as long as your revenue is under $20K. It's the best deal out there and the best DAW. And it is only $225 for a license if your revenue is over $20K. I am surprised KVR doesn't mention it more and that it isn't ranked #1 for DAW's....:)

MutantHero
MutantHero
10 November 2019 at 10:09pm

Is there a method to export with loop points, as in, for my sampler?

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