Audacity For The Mac Is Dead

Jan 7th, 2008 | By | Category: Podcasting Software

AudacityAudacity, the cross-platform audio editor that has been used by many podcasters as an entry-level podcasting tool, appears to be dead on the Mac platform.

“1.3.4 for OS X will appear when someone volunteers to compile it and sort the remaining bugs out,” writes richardash1981 at the Audacity Team Forum. “There is currently no one with a Mac actively contributing to the development of Audacity, hence at the moment no Mac releases.

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  1. Rusty says:

    This post is misleading. If you read the forum, several people volunteered after the original post was made to compile Audacity 1.3.4 on both Power Mac and Intel PCs, and it’s working for them.

  2. […] Podcasting News is reporting that richardash1981 at the Audacity Team Forum said ‚ÄúThere is currently no one with a Mac actively contributing to the development of Audacity, hence at the moment no Mac releases.¬† 1.3.4 for OS X will appear when someone volunteers to compile it and sort the remaining bugs out.‚Äù […]

  3. Bill says:

    Seems like it’s dead period. Which is too bad, because it has quite a few neat features that are hard to find (like splitting a stereo track and then making the one track with audio a mono on its own–I use this every week with one church that can’t understand the concept of MONO SUM), and pretty decent time shifting w/o artifacts.(as long as you are around 5 percent or less, it’s hard to hear the artifacts).

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