Record and edit sound on your Raspberry Pi with Audacity

We already showed what you need to do to stream audio locally or even create a web radio. But what about editing audio on the Raspberry Pi? While the computing power of the Raspberry Pi (even the new Pi 4) is still limited compared to an actual audio workstation, it is still powerful enough for many tasks. On the Raspberry Pi3 and 4, the GUI is really responsive. Why not using it for small recording projects? Settings up the system and Audacity is really easy. We have created a small document that guides you through this process. Have a look!

August 8, 2019

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