#1
Any recording program that allows multiple tracks and overdubbing that's also free, any suggestions? Any help is much appreciated also
#2
audacity and reaper and really popular on this forum. i think both support VST plug-ins so that is more 'freebies' than you can shake a stick at.
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#4
Audacity is alright, but if you're serious about doing a lot of overdubbing and mixing and the likes, you'll want a real DAW, the cheapest being REAPER. It's got a free trial as well.
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#5
Reaper. It's "Free Trial" never ends. They just keep asking you to buy it...which if you like it, you should.

Point being you can use it forever for free.
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#6
I am using reaper full time now professionally, and it is fantastic.
I've bought, sold, and traded more gear than I care to admit.