#1
Are anyo f these other free programs around better than audacity?

I've tried downloading reaper but I wasn't impressed.... I just don't want to limt myself.
#2
Get the manual - if you weren't impressed then I doubt you were using it to its full potential. I know many people who do this for a living, who if they were suddenly kicked out on the street penniless would use this thing with pleasure, and would not have a huge regrets over missing their former DAW's
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#3
I like reaper a lot more than audacity now
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#7
The first thing that came to mind when I read "Better than audacity" was "Anything."
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#8
^Yeah pretty much.
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#9
Apparently if you have anything below win xp you can still find PROTOOLS free edition. hope they release a free version for xp and up..
#10
Audacity isn't bad, but isn't amazing. It's quick and easy to use, but doesn't have that many features to it I guess.
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#12
is audacity a good program
how about the quality?
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