The 2.3.2 version of Audacity is now available. This minor point release comes with the resolution of around twenty bugs. It also includes the LAME codec now built-in to the application as well as the mod-script-pipe which is also now distributed.
Also included is a new ‘Select’ button in the track panel which allows the selection of an entire track.
Music player DeaDBeeF has seen its first release in three years, with 1.8.0 being published. The previous release of 0.7.2 was updated with a vast number of changes including:
- Add support for the opus codec.
- Includes a ReplayGain scanner, and fixed ReplayGain in converter.
- Now supports tracks+cue files.
- Log window now available to show error information.
- Fixed loading of cover art from ID3v2.2 tags.
- Seeking error now resolved with musepack files.
- Drag-and-drop from DeaDBeeF to other applications now supported.
- Improved support for GTK theme colours.
A wide range of bug fixes have now also been applied with this release.
The large bump of the version number does not indicate any compatibility changes, but rather to signify that the software is no longer considered version 0 worthy.
The release of audio editing program Audacity has reached version 2.3.1. It fixes more than twenty bugs since the 2.3.0 release alongside a few small improvements.
Importantly, the release also fixes an issue present in 2.3.0 which made it unsuitable for use on Linux.