Audacity is an easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor, and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. I have installed it on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and it works very well.
Today I will show you how to install Audacity using the SimpleScreenRecorder software and the RESPEAKER. So what is Audacity & what can it do for you?
Audacity can record live audio through a microphone or mixer, or digitize recordings from other media.
Export / Import
Import, edit and combine sound files. Export your recordings in many different file formats, including multiple files at once.
Supports 16-bit, 24-bit, and 32-bit. Sample rates and formats are converted using high-quality resampling and dithering.
Support for LADSPA, LV2, Nyquist, VST, and Audio Unit effect plug-ins. Nyquist effects can be easily modified in a text editor – or you can even write your own plug-in.
Easy editing with Cut, Copy, Paste and Delete. Also unlimited sequential Undo (and Redo) in the session to go back any number of steps.
Real-time preview of LADSPA, LV2, VST, and Audio Unit (macOS) effects. Plug-in Manager handles plug-in installation and addition/removal of effects and generators from the menus.
Tracks and selections can be fully manipulated using the keyboard. Large range of keyboard shortcuts.
Spectrogram view mode for visualizing and selecting frequencies. Plot Spectrum window for detailed frequency analysis.
The setup I have created here is going to be a good foundation for future videos and tutorials. The microphone to me is a must for what I want to do and the RESEAPKER does that very well. Hopefully, future models of the Raspberry Pi will have an onboard microphone and make this setup even easier for the masses. Catch you next week!