Deep project history?

Audacity 3.2.1 on MacOS Monterey 12.4.

Is there any way to view the deep history of a project which you’ve not opened in a long time? I need to see what effects I applied and in what order. The reason for this is because I am noticing that I am getting much worse audio quality on my podcast than I used to, despite using the same microphone, same recording environment and (I think) the same settings on my effects. I think the problem started when I moved to a new laptop and had to install a new instance of Audacity on it. I want to reverse engineer one of my good-sounding episodes to see what I did and then replicate it on a new one. I’m a very amateur user who was getting good results just following online tutorials for a long time, before this happened.

The problem I am having on the newer recordings is that my voice sounds very deep and somewhat distorted - a listener has likened it to me sounding like I am recording inside a barrel.

Audacity does not store a history of edits and effects applied to a project, so you’re out of luck there.

As to the voice quality, make sure you are recording from your “good” microphone, not the laptop’s built-in microphone.

– Bil

As BillW said, no. However, this is part of the reasoning behind the addition of real-time effects in 3.2.