Overall Satisfaction with Audacity
We use the live audio from [Audacity] to do a live to 2-track stereo recording with audacity from our Behringer X32. After service, we'll use the effects to compress and normalize the audio which will then be uploaded across multiple campuses. Services will then be uploaded online for other members to listen to after the fact or used for coaching/improvement.
- Easy stereo recording
- Simple interface for those with minimal experience
- Easy workflow
- Improved GUI
- Create version for Mac
- Better VST integration
- It's free software, which is great for a religious organization that wishes to minimize its expenditures
Do you think Audacity delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Audacity's feature set?
Did Audacity live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Audacity go as expected?
Would you buy Audacity again?
For just a quick down and dirty audio recording from computer source, Audacity is a no-frills solution that any user can get up and running with quickly without the intimidating functions seen in most standard DAWs. This would be a great tool to start with to record church services, or basic live performances where someone wouldn't want to use a full DAW like Ableton Live or Studio One.