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recording software

Just wondering if anyone knows of a good home pc recording software. I'd prefer getting a 'free' demo software kit before buying the actual product. Thanks
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Re: recording software

7/11/2003 8:40 PM

Maciek Sakrejda (8047) wrote:

Normally, I'd start pushing n-Track Studio, but this has come up so many times before, and your question is pretty generic (i.e., no specific requirements--virtually all audio recording programs have demos) that I'll just suggest that you search FretBuzz.

-m

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7/12/2003 8:57 PM

Jon Sommer (1643) wrote:

This one is called Pro tools. Its pretty good.

http://www.digidesign.com/ptfree/

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7/17/2003 2:35 AM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

Well, as soon as I start using mine, I'll let you know how it is....

I just bought a new CPU, and had SoundBlaster Audigy 2 Platinum installed. It contains some killer recording software!

Cubasis (Music Editor), Video Editor, and man, the things you can do with this software is unreal! You can go "direct" from guitar to computer, use all the features of Cubasis (Distortion, Metalizer2, Tweed, Clean, Blues, Chorus, Echo, Delay, EQ, Mix, Edit) you name it!

I will start using it tommorow night! Will fill everybody in on how it works, and it's sounds, and maybe post some soundclips next week (if I can figure out how to) hehehehe

I'm a total computer-idiot!

Chris

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7/17/2003 2:36 AM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

I know Cakewalk is awesome, I also have that.

But didn't use it much with my older system. It just bogged down. But I'll install it on this new cpu this week.

There's also Goldwave. Which is FREE to download!

Chris

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7/17/2003 5:53 AM

Antonio Rosa (6847) wrote:

I use Powertracks from www.pgmusic.com, with other program from them (Band-in-a-Box) to generate backing tracks.
They usually have a Band-in-a-box demo to download, but I don't know about Powertracks demo.Anyway, it's not expensive($29?).
Antonio

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7/17/2003 11:50 AM

Don Brozz (271) wrote:

I use Cakewalk Guitar Tracks Pro. It's not the best out there, but it gets the job done, it's very easy to use, and costs under $100.

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7/20/2003 11:20 PM

Randy Evans (6450) wrote:

Multi-Track Studio has a freeware 3 track soft-ware based recorder, which has effects, decent quality, and no 1 minute record time which is all but useless. For 60 some bucks more you can upgrade and get the Pro version, which offers unlimited track capability and Various quality, stereo, effects and file saving capabilities. Allyou need is a decent soundcard and a newer model PC. I'm runnin at 1.5 gigs, and it does great.Visit the website @ multitrackstudio.com for the free version. You can ping the tracks to record more than 3 tracks, but it aint pretty, but its FREE!

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7/21/2003 10:13 AM

Gary Renegar (276) wrote:

Thanks to you all for responding to my software question.