#1
What are some good recording programs that are free, that I could use to work on my song writing?
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#3
Audacity.
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#5
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reaper is much better than audacity

Quoted for emphasis. I can hardly bear to use audacity anymore, way too glitchy.
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#6
I want something thats not like massively complicated. But I do wanna be able to do more than just play one track over and over.
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#7
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reaper is much better than audacity

I use Audacity and I just looked on the Reaper website. Needless to say, im going to be using Reaper now. Thanks, my lazy ass would have never found that program.
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#8
acid pro
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#9
Yeah I use acid pro its really good
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