Sound Recording Software

  bartonside 22:34 12 Apr 10
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I am looking for some reasonably versatile sound recording software on which I can dub and edit music and add speech for a forthcoming series of programmes on a new community radio station. I have had some professional experience with Sadie and Adobe Audition but I require something I can use at home - and I don't mind paying for it as long as it is not too expensive. Any ideas?

  john bunyan 22:39 12 Apr 10

I have Roxio Creator 2010. I am not very good with it but it records from sounds coming from the speakers either from a mike or radio or TV. Worth reading up on it to see if it would suit you. It has other stuff too - photo, disc utilities etc.Try Googling and follow links.

  Im a diddy 22:48 12 Apr 10

audacity?
click here

  Bapou 22:59 12 Apr 10

I would agree with the Audacity recommendation, it's good and is free to use.

However, if you consider £29.99 is not too expensive then I would recommend Magix Audio Cleaning Lab, click here as the program probably capable of doing all you need and more.

I think a trial period is available which would help you decide.

  eedcam 05:34 13 Apr 10

Auidacity as suggested well worth alook at I use adobe audition but still find audacity handy for some purposes

  SirMetal 06:14 13 Apr 10

I edit and upload songs to YouTube using Audacity.

  Terry Brown 07:18 13 Apr 10

I do not know what you want to do with your music, but here are some idea's.
click here

Terry

  Terry Brown 07:19 13 Apr 10

Sorry forgot to add, type in music or audio editor in the nsearch box.
Terry

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