#1
I just got a Toneport UX2 and I have to say I love it. The only thing is, I thought that it came with a recording program for my riffs and solos. Turns out that it didn't so I'm just going to buy some. So my question is, what is the best software to record into from something like my toneport? Money isn't an object....arghhh matey.
#2
Audacity, its free and has more and better features than bought ones. trust me, look it up, people will agree
#3
The TonePort should've came with Ableton Live... which is a recording software.
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#4
Quote by MatrixClaw
The TonePort should've came with Ableton Live... which is a recording software.


oh your right actually i just looked back in the cd case i didnt see it thanks!!!! how do you set it to record into it...im new to recording
#5
if it didnt, then i agree
audacity is good
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#6
Quote by MatrixClaw
The TonePort should've came with Ableton Live... which is a recording software.


Ableton Live isn't really recording software, it can record, but that's not what it's designed for, and why they package it with stuff like that I still have no clue. I recommend Sonar, it's IMO better than Pro Tools.
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#7
meh reaper is better than audacity, and sony acid, adobe audition, sonar cakewalk, and pro tools are all much better than audacity