#1
Anyone know any free amateur recording programs for Windows?
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#3
Audacity?
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#5
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Reaper is good.
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#6
Ok I got reaper, but how do I record stuff?
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#8
Got both audicity and reaper now. I don't know how to get my audio into the program though? I got a microphone built into my laptop and I've tried some simple 10 second talking wma file but Audacity will not import it, wrong format.
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