Hi-I recently installed the latest Audacity for Mac oS onto my iMac.Here is what I have:
Mac OS X
Processor 3.2 GHz
Memory 4GB 1333 MHz DDR3
Startup Disk Macintosh HD
I have the hardest time opening Audacity from the desktop.I click on it and nothing happens.
When it finally does open i get this: Audacity Warning-Critical Nyquist files could not be found.Nyquist effects will not work.
Then instead of a cursor to close this warning ,a spinning image of a colorful disk (the size of the cursor) won’t allow me to close anything.I then have to force quit Audacity and I’m back to square one again.
All I want to do is click on Audacity Icon,get it running and record audio.
How can I simplify things to achieve this?
Thanks in advance for any help. Ed : /
Sorry for the delay Steve and Koz.It worked! Now I have to see if there’s any remedy for that delay feeling whenever I move the mouse,insert silence,fade in or out,cut,paste,etc. It never happened on the PC.Everything seemed to be happening in real time as opposed to what’s going on with any editing I experience on the iMac. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Are you seeing the spinning beach ball when the delays occur?
Note that on OS X and Linux, Nyquist effects (most of the ones as shipped that are underneath the divider in the Effect Menu) are slower than on Windows. If you upgrade to 2.0.6 (just out) that problem is fixed.