Video isn’t the only media that Linux has made great strides in. Linux is routinely used by big sound and recording studios to record, mix and treat sound for movies and television. Although those tools can be expensive to own, the average user still had a plethora of utilities available that do many of the same things. Let’s take a look at one of the more popular overall sound packages called Audacity.
Download and Installation
In this case, the set up couldn’t be easier. As long as you have a functioning sound card/chip/USB speakers, then your distribution already has everything needed to work with sound except Audacity itself. Easy enough to rectify, let’s pull it down:
sudo apt-get install audacity
sudo yum install audacity