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Post by smiles2much » May 24th, 2017, 11:21 am

Hello, I'm new around here. I own only a Chromebook which will not run Audacity. However, I found a suggestion for an alternative. Has anyone used HTML 5 Audio Tool successfully?

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Post by kayray » May 24th, 2017, 4:22 pm

Hi! I googled HTML 5 Audio Tool, and read some of the FAQs and features. It looks like a synthesizer/sample/beatbox tool. I can't find anything about using it record your own audio and edit it. But it looks like it's free, so maybe you can give it a try and tell us what you discover!

You just need to make sure it can record from your mic, allow you to edit your track, and output an mp3 that is mono and 128kbps.
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