Audacity 2.2.0 released with an improved look and feel
Audacity, a popular open source audio editing software, has received a significant update. The new version, dubbed Audacity 2.2.0, comes with four pre-configured, user-selectable themes. This enables you to choose the look and feel for Audacity’s interface. It also has playback support for MIDI files, and better organised menus. Around 198 bugs have been fixed in this newly released version — one of the major changes is the improved recovery from full file system errors.
The menus are shorter and clearer than in previous Audacity versions, and have been simplified without losing functionality. The most commonly used functions are found in the top levels of the menus. The functions that have moved down into lower sub-menus are better organised.
You can download the update from www.audacityteam.org to try it out on Windows/Mac or any Linux based operating system.