#1
Is there anything free that I can use to record and edit other than audacity? It's honestly shit.
#4
Reaper is great (for free), same with Kristal. They both beat the hell out of audacity
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#6
"something free" .... "Cubase 5"



http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Steinberg-Cubase-6-?sku=H71279&src=3WFRWXX&ZYXSEM=0&CAWELAID=756547479

Sure, it's Cubase 6, but you can't get 5 anymore.

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#8
Quote by iPotatoes
Is there anything free that I can use to record and edit other than audacity? It's honestly shit.


its not that bad lol,it does the job
#9
Quote by axemanchris
"something free" .... "Cubase 5"



http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Steinberg-Cubase-6-?sku=H71279&src=3WFRWXX&ZYXSEM=0&CAWELAID=756547479

Sure, it's Cubase 6, but you can't get 5 anymore.

CT


you can get it, from Thomann

and i know, i read TS' question too fast and i left the "free" word out.

so, for a free recording software i would recommend Reaper
#11
Reaper is free and quite good (except for the UI, that makes me want to tear my hair out).

Technically, it's not, but the trial is unlimited.
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#12
Stick with audacity and download VST plug ins to make your tone better.
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#13
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Reaper is free and quite good (except for the UI, that makes me want to tear my hair out).

Technically, it's not, but the trial is unlimited.


Oddly enough, I've gotten so used to Reaper's UI that every other DAW looks annoying to my eyes.

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Stick with audacity and download VST plug ins to make your tone better.




Audacity doesn't support VST natively...

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#14
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its not that bad lol,it does the job

It does it's job if it's job is to suck!

Everyone has already recommended this, but Reaper.
I personally haven't used it, but I've heard good things about it and the videos/images I viewed look good.
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#15
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Oddly enough, I've gotten so used to Reaper's UI that every other DAW looks annoying to my eyes.


Same here, I like what I've seen of Logic, but Cubase's UI would certainly take some getting used to.

Another +1 for reaper, they've dominated the free/low cost DAW market, and rightfully so.
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#16
Quote by SamMetalGuitar
Cubase 5, i use it and i really like it

you can also try ProTools


Same here. Cubase 5 is good, Pro Tools beats anything out there.
#17
If you're running mac or linux, go with ardour. I'm surprised nobody has mentioned it yet, it's pretty powerful, and totally free. Of course, not much good if your running windows....
#18
Pro tools for sure. its used in all the major studios, and it is always reliable. there are cheap packages and software available, that are still exceptional for the price.