Recording/Editing Software Recommendations

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  1. max3k

    max3k Mezzo Piano User

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    Does anyone have any suggestions for recording/Editing Software?
     
  2. csimhoff

    csimhoff New Friend

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    There are a lot of really great programs out there today. Some are more user friendly than others though. When I was first learning I used a program from Bias called Peak, couple versions LE and Pro. I also was taking a class on ProTools. A while back I received a free version of Cubase, and for quick recording of practice sessions I might just use GarageBand. All work well for what I needed, but personally I've had more success with Peak. It's what I started on and what I know best.

    All the best,

    Chris
     
  3. Sofus

    Sofus Forte User

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    WaveLab is good for some things.
     
  4. govtmodel

    govtmodel Pianissimo User

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    Audacity- the price is right!
     
  5. max3k

    max3k Mezzo Piano User

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    I am testing out Sequel 2 right now, might make the leap for Cubase 5
     
  6. rowuk

    rowuk Moderator Staff Member

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    Audacity is free and very, very good. Cubase is a big (not so cheap) step up. Maybe with more features than you need. Give Audacity a whirl. I am sure you will not be disappointed.

    If you are a student, Steinberg has great deals on Cubase - but you have no legal possibility to update.
     
  7. NickD

    NickD Forte User

    I use Sonar Cakewalk Pro. I love it.

    FWIIW coming from me.

    Nick
     

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