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Audacity 2.0.4 Final


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Bug fixes for:

- Keyboard Preferences: Shortcuts for Generators, Effects and Analyzers were not exported. All imported shortcut changes were discarded.

- Equalization curves were corrupted in Graphic EQ mode after switching to/from Draw Curves or after running the effect then reopening it.

- Change Pitch displayed corrupted values when reducing pitch or editing "from" Frequency. Detection was very inaccurate at high sample rates.

- Bass Boost no longer clips if the track contains 32-bit audio.

- Auto Duck was excessively slow on older machines.

- (Windows) Exported MP3 comments tags were not seen by Windows programs.

- (Windows and OS X) Audacity crashed if you used system quit before file import was complete.

- (Linux) Equalization crashed Audacity if the XML file was corrupted.

- (Linux) When configuring effect parameters in "Edit Chains", "Preview" (not intended to be functional) caused a crash.

- (Linux) LICENSE.txt and README.txt were wrongly installed in /usr/local/share/doc instead of /usr/local/share/doc/audacity/ .

- Accessibility: ENTER did not toggle selectedness of a label track unless a label was selected.

- Numerous other interface fixes.

Changes and Improvements:

- New "Reverb" effect to replace GVerb, based on the original "Freeverb".

- New View > Go to Selection Start and Go to Selection End commands.

- New "Align End to End" command to append existing tracks to each other.

- Change Tempo now supports fractional BPM.

- Plot Spectrum now supports FFT sizes up to 65536.

- WAV files now support "Album Title", "Track Number" and "Genre" LIST INFO tags and also support ID3 tags.

- Handle a bug in older iPods or some OS X applications that cause them to refuse AIFF files whose metadata contains an uneven number of characters,

- (Windows) Added support for "Windows WDM-KS" host which can provide very low latencies if you reduce "Audio to Buffer" in Recording Preferences.

- (Windows Vista and later) You can now record computer playback by choosing the new "Windows WASAPI" host in Device Toolbar then a "loopback" input.

- (Windows and Mac OS X): VST scanning dialog now replaced with a dialog for choosing which VST effects to load.

- (Linux) CTRL + ALT can now be used to smooth samples in Draw Tool.

- Modules Preferences replaced with a dialog on launch of Audacity enabling you to choose which modules to load.





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