#1
Anyone know of a really good recording software to record guitar? At the moment I'm using Audacity and it's ****.
#2
Reaper is free and 40x better.
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#5
I use ProTools for recording and Audition for mixing but they can be a bit confusing to start with. Definitely recommend Reaper for the recording part of the process.
#6
There are lots of great DAWs around and nobody can know what you will like best, so try out a bunch. Recommendations: Cakewalk Sonar, Steinberg Cubase, Apple Logic, Ableton Live, Mackie Tracktion and Energy XT are just some of the great options out there. I would also suggest you stay away from Pro Tools because for home recording it is somewhat inferior to most other DAWs (because most of its greatness comes from hardware integration).
#8
It's technically not free and costs $40 for non-commercial use, but it never really expires so it is pretty a generous offer from the developers, so to speak.
#9
wrong forum buddy. i'll call for a mod to redirect this thread, so you could get better answers.
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#10
If you're on a PC, upgrade to Cubase (SX3 if you can find it cheap)
If you're on a Mac, upgrade to Logic

I assume you're on a PC otherwise you'd be using garageband so id say if you want a proper sequencer... then get cubase. I've heard good things from cakewalk's Sonar, but i haven't tried that myself.

One note, Cubase LE comes with some hardware free. For basic use its good, has all the main features. You just cant use so many VST plug-ins or effects, and can only do 2 track simultaneous recording.