Frequently asked questions
How do I change the BPM?
The tempo of a track can be changed by double-clicking on the bottom left BPM display in the timeline.
How can I download my track?
A track can be downloaded by going to its page and right clicking on either mp3 or ogg depending on what format you want. It is important to note that you will only be able to download another user's track if they have chosen a Creative Commons license.
Will Audiotool cost me anything in the future?
We will always try to keep a free version of Audiotool alive.
Where do Contributors come from?
If you are using a sample which another Audiotool user released under a Creative Commons license, he/she will be listed as a contributor.
I do not hear any sound, what should I do?
Please make sure that you have connected at least one device to the Output Master and hit play.
Why is Audiotool less responsive over time?
Our main focus is to maintain glitch-free playback but we only have access to limited resources, with most of these resources being allocated to the audio generator. Creating a complex arrangement with Audiotool requires even more resources so if you experience performance issues please make sure to close all other browser tabs as well as making sure that there is no other Flash content running.
Which license should I choose?
If you want other people to be able to download and remix your track you should use a Creative Commons license. There are two types of Creative Commons licenses available. Visit http://www.creativecommons.org/ for more detailed information.
I get an annoying ringing sound at lower frequencies like the bassdrum.
Go to your sound-card settings and change the sampling-rate to 44.1kHz. This issue affects Windows users only.