#1
so, i just recorded some songs on my nieghbours portastudio that i´ve lent. But now i need to edit the tracks (cut etc.) So i´m looking for a good program for PC, suggestions?

thanks!
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#2
audacity
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#3
try audacity. it cuts songs, changes tempo etc i use it a bit.
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#5
I use Kristal ^^
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#7
i tried audacity and its great! classical guitar song up on my profile soon!

thanks!
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#8
Depending on what OS you are using.
For Windows : Definitly would go for Audacity. I use it for all home-recording, and it's just really easy to work with.
For Mac : Garageband. A friend told me it works like Audacity, but I never used it cause I'm a Windows user.
For Linux : Ardour, seems to work a bit like Pro-Tools.

Good Luck
#9
Do any of the programs like Reaper, Audacity, Wave Pad, etc. work with Hydrogen drum loops? Or have you other suggestions for compatible drum programmers?
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#10
try to get a copy of "Drumkit From Hell". It's expensive as hell, but there are always more ways to obtain a copy.