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By on Jul 10, 2007 in Tech Takes | 7 comments

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Going by the principle of Audacity (The all-codec supported- freeware music editing software) of being bold (meaning of audacity), I had been trying to merge whatever skills i have with the console (yes, the you saw at THAT Club, when you went with THEM…) and operating laptops, I mean the slower ones, with Intel Centrino tech. offering speeds of 1.72 Ghz, and supported by 512 Mb RAMs, so here’s what comes out.

  1. ‘Vaada Karo-Again’ by Aqeel, from Powerplay 2.0.
  2. ‘Mera Pehla Pehla Pyar’ from the movie going by the same name.
  3. ‘Kangna- The reggae mix’ from Bombay Bronx Vol2
  4. ‘Yeh mera Dil’ remixed bt Aqeel, again from Powerplay 2.0.

Now check them out for examples… I thought that my HI5 profile would be a good place to get people listen to them there (
Next Paranoia show coming up in October in Club Saffaire, JMD towers, Gurgaon. Date conformation will follow.


  1. GQ

    July 11, 2007

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    Audacity is very light as far as its system resources are concerned. However, it certainly doesn’t handle every codec. For export it’ll support WAV and OGG by default, and MP3 support using the LAME plugin. Sure you can dump stuff into it using the raw capture mode which analyses the file itself but in my experience it doesn’t always work perfectly.

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