#1
my friend suggested i get audacity to record my guitar mainly because it was free. i was just wondering is it any good? and also what would i need to plug my guitar into my computer?

thanx
#2
It's alright, but I don't think it has a metronome or anything like that, which is a bit of a pain.

If your amp has a 1/4 output, get a 1/4 to 1/8 adaptor to plug into your microphone input on your computer. If you have a multi-effects (like an RP or something) use the USB output on that.
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#3
yeah it does have a metronome, audacity is pretty decent for demos and bedroom stuff.

thought if you want to go more professional then you need to start spending money.
#4
If you're like me and just play casually, don't spend any money, and go ahead and get audacity.

However, if you DO have money, I would suggest Acoustica Mixcraft. I've used it for higher quality recordings and it's really good.
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Tell them it's your band, if they don't like it, they can get in line and kiss your ass." ~pablo_arg
#5
I suggest higher programs such as a low grade Sonar or Reaper to start with, you can do a heck of a lot more with them after learning the programs.

Not only do you need software, you need hardware too...look into an audio interface
See the UG videos
#6
its actually pretty good, if you buy it you can spend the money you save on a really good mic to record with, which is all you need by the way