The Audacity Channel

The Audacity Channel

Launching in the winter of 2022/2023. The Audacity Channel podcast is a resource for podcasters, podcast editors, podcast producers, and ACX audiobook creators who use Audacity as their software of choice when creating spoken word recordings. We'll explore the ins and outs of Audacity via interviews with real-world Audacity podcasters and ACX audiobook narrators.


October 24, 2022 9 min

I'm squeezing out another pre-launch episode to talk about asymmetric, or lopsided waveforms vs DC offset. Is a lopsided waveform the same as DC offset? I've noticed in some recent recordings I've done for a new online course I'm teaching that some of the waveforms are a little lopsided. This isn't usually a problem unless it's extreme where clipping could occur on one side of the waveform when applying gain...

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Most of us are already aware that Audacity version 3.2.0 has been released but did you know that version 3.2.1 just came out? There wasn't much fanfare around its release because it's a patch release, but at least one of the fixes in this release is significant if you use Audacity on an M1 or M2 Mac like I do. The fix is in the ffmpeg library for MacOS running on an M1 or M2 processor. When 3.2.0 came out it had an issue wi...

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The Audacity Channel will launch in the winter of 2022, coinciding with the official opening of the Audacity Bootcamp online school for podcasters and audiobook narrators. The strength of The Audacity Channel will be the conversations I have with other Audacity podcasters and audiobook narrators as we talk about real-life issues we face in using Audacity, the solutions we've found for resolving issues that arise, and unpacking ...

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