#1
ive been recording some stuff, and i wanna know if there is a program i can use to layer the rhythm and lead over each other ? that i can download from the internet?

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#2
audacity????
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#4
cool, ill have a look at that
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#6
can someone link to a page to download, cos the on i have gotten to doesnt seem to load
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#9
it doesnt work, when i downloaded it and told it to run it said it was not a valid win 32 file
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#11
Audacity has the most features, but it's interface isn't very user-friendly, and the renderer is kind of weak. For anything beyond the basics (recording, comping, and rendering to a wav file), it's kind of useless.
Haven't tried Kristal Audio Engine, but it's an alternative.
ACID Xpress has a limit of I think 10 tracks, but it's based on a professional program, so is fairly full-featured for freeware.
SoundEngine Free is strictly for mastering, but has a fairly nice compression algorithm.