With my previous post testing the rumour, I should have added that I
would strongly suggest Samplitude. With the new lower pricing, it is
really affordable. I have been using it since, I think, 1998. It is very
powerful and sounds great.
I didn't see a new folder with all the one-minute files that Audacity
used to make. But I didn't look in all the places it could have been
stashed, just the folder of the original file, so I don't know if that
abomination is now passed. I also checked AppData and ProgramData and
nothing there. Good news!
On 11/17/2015 2:05 PM, TIMOTHY BABCOCK wrote:
> We at Penn State were wondering the same thing. We were looking at paying for software and weighing options on purchasing new software or staying with free Audacity.
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> From: "CJB" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 1:17:57 PM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Audacity & Windows 10
> Audacity is the music editing app. that I am most familiar with. I
> like it. It works.
> However with Microsoft's increasingly aggressive stance in forcing
> upgrades to Windows 10 I am concerned. I have heard that Audacity does
> not work with Win 10.
> Is this correct? What are possible work-arounds? Is there an
> alternative Audacity-like app.?
> Thanks - Chris B.
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