Home Studio Software - recommendations needed

  Widow's Son 19:36 14 Feb 08
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A friend (who isn’t very technically minded) has asked me for recommendations for home studio software. He has a zoom 4 track stand alone device which records .aud files. After searching I’ve managed to find software that’ll convert these to .wav files.

He’s basically looking for something that’ll let him take multiple .wav files (if it will cope with .aud files that’d be a bonus), edit them for volume etc, and then output them as single file.

If anyone could recommend a simple to use software package I’d be grateful

  tobyb121 20:30 14 Feb 08

If you want free software try audacity. It is simple and supports multi-track layers as you described. It is a simple tool yet it can be very powerful, I haven't tested it but I wouldn't be suprised if it could import .aud files. It can be found here: click here
If you are thinking to spend a bit of money to get something more, I would recommend adobe auditon click here it is, in my opinion, the best around at the moment.

  Widow's Son 20:38 14 Feb 08

I'll check them out

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