For audio editor users, this is not worth panic.
Open source applications are rarely purchased from the original development team, but this exception strengthens the rule on a new basis. cost The popular Audacity sound editor. Buyers include Muse Group, which also owns the open source MuseScore annotation software and Ultimate Guitar community site.
No information about the details of the acquisition was received, and at the time of writing, the accidental transaction was not even mentioned on the Audacity website. Eugeny Naidenov, who founded Ultimate Guitar and serves as the president of the Muse Group, said that users of multi-platform editors don’t have to worry, they want experienced developers and designers to pave the way for the application.
For now, Audacity users don’t seem to have to worry about the future. This change may greatly benefit from applications that are developing rapidly due to the limited number of contributors. Of course, it will be clear how it will develop in the future.
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