audacity: /usr/lib/libtiff.so.5: no version information available (required by /usr/lib/libwx_gtk3u_core-3.2.so.0)
audacity: symbol lookup error: /usr/bin/../lib/audacity/lib-strings.so: undefined symbol: _ZN13wxArrayStringC2ERKS_
I don’t get any error from audacity (up to date system, also, same 3.2.4-1 version).
And when checked ldd /usr/bin/audacity | grep tiff just searches for libtiff.so.6, no .5
So, it seems like a ldconfig problem. Have you tried to reconstruct cache with ldconfig -v ?
Have you previously installed audacity from other source (an AUR package)? Perhaps that could explain an incorrect library search.
Have you tried to uninstall and reinstall of audacity? That couls also make the trick…
One binary can’t depend on two different versions of the same library.
ldd shows not only directly linked libraries, it also shows libraries of dependencies that are needed to run this program. Do you have any AUR package installed? You can check with a program like lddtree (in pax-utils, do not use it with grep)
Then I can’t imagine why it’s asking you for .5
Another option, but don’t think that will probably help. Try to downgrade sudo downgrade audacity
if you have enabled downgrading. And see if an older version still has the problem. For, if I undestand properly, that happens since some time, but was working previously, wasn’t it?
Yes, @xabbu is right. It has to be a library for a dependence (and there are lots for audacity).
Check if any package on which Audacity depends is installed from AUR or another source that official ones. You can check in pamac (or octopi) the dependences for Audacity and the installed packages from AUR