I read the fixes and from what I can tell 3.0.2 should not effect/improve my experience with 3.0 which I have not had any problems with… I have Windows 7 which I have not updated for years, about 3, when I think the virus master was still offering them. Anyway I use this Win7/computer setup offline (underground) and it works fine for what I do (see below/…world domination).
My question is: Should I risk the update to 3.0.2? - Considering, it seems 3.0.2 fixes are all for things I am not familiar with so assume I don’t need, based on what I use Audacity for … or I assume, they will not effect my experience either way … Though I am not sure about this.
My music is recorded stand alone with low tech/low quality devices (such as, Tascam DR05 portable recorder, 1/8 inch dynamic mic, Olympus Voice Recorder, Canon camera: video.)
I then upload the recordings to my computer and edit them with Audacity, using variations of these plugins:
GVST compressors, GVST limiter, TDR Nova EQ/Compressor, “Paul L” (Audacity Forum) plugins de-click and de-ess.
And these Audacity effects: plot spectrum analysis, amplify, noise reduction, high pass filter, notch filter, envelope tool, repair, adjustable fade, limiter and loudness normalization.
I also occasionally experiment with a new plugin (.dll or .ny).
Anyone’s thoughts would be appreciated.
Thanks Audacity Team and all,
Captain Ron - experimental vocal/guitar, lo-fiction blues. SOUNDCLICK.COM/CAPTAINRON