#2
dude audacity is free, of course there are going to be better programs lol, try logic pro its probably the best ive used so far ..
#4
i've always been a big fan of cool edit pro- the main thing is that it's user friendly. the newer version is adobe audition, but it doesn't recognize my toneport for some reason.
#5
I dig that Sonar producer edition or w/e its called but my gosh its frekin expensive
#6
Protools
Cubase
Cakewalk
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#7
Cakewalk makes some lower end Sonars which are good.

All I can suggest is you try some 30 day trial downloads and see which you like best, then stick with that one software and learn to use every detail of it.

Audacity is good to start out on however it has limits and other programs are definitely better although you have to pay for them.

Quote by Detonation
I dig that Sonar producer edition or w/e its called but my gosh its frekin expensive



I'm a Sonar fan and use Producer 7
Yes it's high in price but IMO it is worth every penny