I commonly use Audacity to make simple edits to a single sound file: trim, filter, fade-in, a few edits, etc. Just one file. Not a full-blown "project" in audacity-speak.
Can I then just "file/save" like with a word processor or text editor, instead of performing the following ritual?
- re-select filename
- yes, you infernal spawn of a Redmond paperclip, I want to replace the file
- ignore form to enter metadata
- at last, hit enter
- (and, when quitting Audacity, overruling the prompt to save the changes that I just saved)
Or is there a lightweight tool better suited to such tasks, on either Windows or Linux?
(I use Audacity 2.0.0 on Ubuntu 12, if it matters.)