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Edit your podcast using Audacity

Before you unleash your recording to the world, follow these tips to produce a polished program.

By June 5, 2014


Lamborghini unveils $4.5M Veneno Roadster

Lamborghini has taken the wraps off the Veneno Roadster, a stunning embodiment of speed and audacity limited to a handful of production models in 2014.

By October 23, 2013


How to ensure tracks play in sequence in iTunes

Use the free Audacity audio-editing program to combine tracks intended to play sequentially into a single file you can add to your iTunes library.

By September 4, 2012


The cheap way to convert LPs, audio cassettes to digital

Connect your stereo amplifier to your PC's sound board and use the free, open-source Audacity audio-conversion software to create MP3s, WMAs, or other digital copies of your analog tunes.

By July 5, 2011


Audacity beta 1.3.8: Open-source audio at its best

The just-released beta of the free audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux may well be music to your ears.

By July 21, 2009


Audacity: Free, general-purpose sound-editing tool

A colleague needed a simple tool for editing audio. Audacity fit the bill.

By October 20, 2008


The Audacity of Hope, Ark.: The $20,000 Klipsch Palladium P-39F speaker

Klipsch's new flagship speaker, the Palladium P39F, makes a bold and beautiful statement: American high-end audio is alive and kicking.

By September 5, 2008


Edit an MP3 file

Learn how to open, trim, and export the audio from an MP3 file using the free Audacity audio editor.

By November 6, 2009


Farkie lets you rip audio from YouTube

Recording audio streams no longer requires a desktop application like Audacity, thanks to this Web site.

By May 26, 2009


Microsoft's audacity at its best: "Our software is less of a security risk than Linux, Mac OS X"

Microsoft claims to have "fewer days of security risk" than Novell SUSE Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Mac OS X. My response? Show me the data.

By June 21, 2007