#1
Hey guys, I was wondering what you use to record and edit your tracks on the computer. I have a PC so garageband is out of the question. Any thoughts?
#2
I use REAPER, and it's great.
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#6
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#7
Guitar Tracks Pro 4 costs $150, but it sounds GREAT, and you get Guitar Rig 3 with it as a plug-in.
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#8
If you've got the money to spend, I'd get Cubase.

If you don't, try Reaper.

It's subjective though, different programs for different people. Get a few trials and see which you prefer.
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If you've got the money to spend, I'd get Cubase.

If you don't, try Reaper.

It's subjective though, different programs for different people. Get a few trials and see which you prefer.


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#10
guitar pro 4 for amp sim
cubase for recording, or audacity
depending on how lazy i feel
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EDIT: my bad wrong thread
Last edited by sambot12 at Jun 11, 2010,
#13
lol protools is not the best. Cubase or Reaper are the 2 big ones next to protools. Protools just has the name. Lacks some work flow, elastic audio is probably the best part about protools. Its really up to personal preference, all 3 can produce an awesome sound if you know how to use it.
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lol protools is not the best. Cubase or Reaper are the 2 big ones next to protools. Protools just has the name. Lacks some work flow, elastic audio is probably the best part about protools. Its really up to personal preference, all 3 can produce an awesome sound if you know how to use it.


I disagree completely about work flow. I've used all 3 and I'm able to navigate through everything in Pro Tools much easier than Reaper or Cubase (which IMO, Cubase has the worst work flow and the ugliest interface).
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#16
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it's preference.


Very true. I've used Cubase (sucks, imo), Reason (which I didn't understand at all), Pro Tools, and Reaper. I exclusively use Reaper now not because it's amazing, but simply because it does what I need it to do, and I understand how to use it effectively. Can't really ask for more than that.

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#17
i use reaper.its a great program and very powerful once you learn to use it properly
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