#2
well you can get cool edit form bit torrents.
its incredible.
and audacity is good.
your computer probably has bad sound components.
#3
If you know how to use it, Audacity isn't actually that bad.

It's probably the best free software for recording, unless you get free trials of other programs but they have timeouts etc. and save limits.
#4
I use MixPad. It's nice.

Also check out Magix. You can add all sorts of effects to everything, it's cool.
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I use MixPad. It's nice.

Also check out Magix. You can add all sorts of effects to everything, it's cool.



i'm using Mixpad, but my Rec Volume is stuck at 0 and won't move, how do i change that?
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#7
idk man, i got garageband2.0.2. its quite good. but it came with computer when i got it
#8
Dunno if its still free, but back in the day Reaper was considered tops! I think they charging like 20 bucks now?
#9
Windows Sound Recorder is the ghetto of sound recording, try making something with it
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#10
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audacity is pretty bad id have to agree
but...its free so im not gunna complain.


Then you're clearly a sub-standard 'engineer' if you can even be called that.

Audacity is NOT bad/rubbish/crap/useless/difficult.

I think you'll find that you can make VERY good recordings with Audacity, not studio-quality, but nonetheless very good.

If I can do it, and I haven't even started the music tech uni course I have a place on, then it can't be that difficult...I made a backing track for a friend to use in a national school's singing competition and when she won and was given a few days in a recording studio, they asked who produced the backing track because it was so much better than just a keyboard demo song.
#11
Look into old software.

Cubase or ProTools, surely someone's got an old version they'll get rid of.
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#12
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If you know how to use it, Audacity isn't actually that bad.

It's probably the best free software for recording, unless you get free trials of other programs but they have timeouts etc. and save limits.


I agree, Audacity is very simple, and good for basic needs.
#13
Kristal AE (or EA?) is quite good...
can't remember the site but you'll probably find it with google
You like it
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#18
Recording forum will help you more
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