#1
I've read the stickies and searched the net, and I still can't find a place to make a solid base for starting getting into recording.
I've got Audacity but I find it rather awkward for editing, can anyone suggest me any good sites/books/programs to start my recording journey?
I appreciate your help. Thanks.
#2
I've never liked using Audacity as an editor. I only record with Audacity, and I do all the mixing and editing in a separate program. I use Mixcraft 4 for that. Works very well.
#3
if you really want to get into recording and learn a lot about it, it would probably be worth investing a little money in a better DAW. there's only so much you can do with free software. i'm not too familiar with the cheaper ones, but i'm pretty sure there's a sticky about DAWs that could point you in the right direction.
#4
Thanks so far guys.
Are there any books to read and get educated about recording hardware and software?

Also, I've heard Thom Yorke made his solo album by using just a laptop. Does anyone have any examples of what he might have used to produce and record his songs with?