#1
I was thinking of downloading Mixpad free to lay down some tracks of my own. Is Mixpad any good? If not can anyone recommend any better free recording software?
#2
its free so why not? :shrug:
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#4
Love Reaper. Its the way to go for sure
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#5
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Reaper is great, it has an unlimited trial period

what does the reaper screen say about my usage level?????



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#6
Couldn't even find the Recording forum... I do not have high hopes for you figuring out how to use any DAW competently.
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Couldn't even find the Recording forum... I do not have high hopes for you figuring out how to use any DAW competently.


#9
dayum....OP get the aloe ready....

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#11
I love how everyone expects free shit now.

They should have a "Free Shit!" tent with a Soilent Green machine set up, I swear.

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"I dunno, BUT IT'S FREE!"
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#14
audacity is good for beginners

will really help solidify how you think about tracking and mixing.
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#15
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I love how everyone expects free shit now.

They should have a "Free Shit!" tent with a Soilent Green machine set up, I swear.

"What's in there, Bob?"
"I dunno, BUT IT'S FREE!"

That's the way of the music industry now. For better or worse.

Streaming is the future cause it feels like free. I'm just waiting for 3D virtual reality shit to come out as a completely new mind-blowing platform that will force people to spend mopney again. But until that happens:

Get reaper TS, it's really cool.
#16
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audacity is good for beginners

will really help solidify how you think about tracking and mixing.

definitely. you might want to start there TS

once you start using a proper DAW like Reaper it's hard to turn back though
#17
Reaper is my homeskillet.
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#19
Reaper.

For me ProTools is almost too much, I don't know, stuff?

Do I really need that when all I'm doing, at best, is banging around with some riffs every once in a while?

It's not like I'm Dream Theater or anything.
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