Audacity 2.0.4 released

Audacity, the open source audio editing powerhouse, has received a small update with some great new features

It’s not secret that we love Audacity at Linux User – in a past life, staff writer Rob Zwetsloot used it on a daily basis to produce podcasts, and it’s an amazing tool for any kind of audio editing or manipulation. Audacity 2.0 has been a great upgrade to the software, and this tradition is continued in the latest minor update to the software.

Audacity 2.0.4 has a new reverb effect based on Freeverb, new navigation commands such as Go to Selection Start, and better alignment tools for multiple tracks. There are some bug fixes for tagging WAV files, Keyboard Preferences and pitch changing as well, and Windows users will now be able to record the stereo output a little easier.

You can grab the latest version of Audacity from the official website.