#1
Im looking for a program where i can record directly into the computer and mix with the sound and such. Preferbly free but others will do as well.

For guitar obviously.
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Last edited by Masilla at Nov 18, 2008,
#4
Ignore the Audacity fans, on the basis that it's ****.

Sony Acid is the easiest and best program I've used, and it's definitely worth a go.
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#5
I like Amplitube, not quite free...unless you look (Piratebay). It doesnt record but Wiretap will (piratebay also)...am I going to hell?
#6
Audacity. And some computer-the same computer recording app.

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#7
Quote by rabidguitarist
Ignore the Audacity fans, on the basis that it's ****.

Sony Acid is the easiest and best program I've used, and it's definitely worth a go.

Calm down It's easy and free, but also crap. ACID is quite good, though.


A program called Kristal is alright too.
#8
Audacity.
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#10
there's a fucking huge list stickied in the riffs and recordings forum, look there.

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