Audacium Save

Free and open-source audio editor

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Searching for a maintainer!

I'm currently searching for a maintainer to transfer the ownership to. In other words, I'm "retiring" from Audacium. - AnErruption

Reorganisation needed

The code rn is a mess. Before working on anything new, we should be fixing the codebase but it needs lots of effort and very hard for a sleeping project like ours. It would be cool if someone helps to clean up the codebase. - Ross Maxx

Audacium is an easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. Developed by a group of volunteers as open source.

  • Recording from any real, or virtual audio device that is available to the host system.
  • Export / Import a wide range of audio formats, extendible with FFmpeg.
  • High quality using 32-bit float audio processing.
  • Plug-ins Support for multiple audio plug-in formats, including VST, LV2, AU.
  • Macros for chaining commands and batch processing.
  • Scripting in Python, Perl, or any language that supports named pipes.
  • Nyquist Very powerful built-in scripting language that may also be used to create plug-ins.
  • Editing multi-track editing with sample accuracy and arbitrary sample rates.
  • Accessibility for VI users.
  • Analysis and visualization tools to analyze audio, or other signal data.

Getting Started

For end users, the latest Windows and macOS release version of Audacium is available here. There is also an AUR package for Arch Linux users. Help with using Audacium is available from the Matrix room or via the Discord server (the two are bridged together).

Build instructions are available here.

More information is available from the wiki.

How to contribute

Submit a pull request, then we'll carefully review it and merge it if possible.

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