Like for downloading a-capella vocal tracks and then do polka and metal ver. of the song :P or also a way I can edit track I create using my guitar?
Answer by Greg De Santis · Feb 22, 2011 at 01:10 AM
I use open-source/freeware software since that is all I can afford, and Audacity is my program of choice, but I use two others and they are listed in my order of choice. All three have served my needs and treated me well.
Free Audio Editor 2011 http://www.free-audio-editor.com/
Wave Editor 18.104.22.168 http://www.wave-editor.com/
Answer by CrudeKillerH20 · Feb 22, 2011 at 01:14 AM
I like to use Aviary's Audio editor to make music :) http://www.aviary.com/flash/aviary/index.aspx?tid=6&Myna
Answer by Rizzy · Feb 22, 2011 at 02:07 AM
I use Adobe Audition. I prefer it over Pro Tools as though PT has a lot under the hood, I find for my tastes the UI is a bit too garbly for me.
This question also depends on what "type" of editing you want to do. Audacity is good, for just bare-bones "basic" editing functionality, but it's free, and you get what you pay for. Having said that, for "free", it is a very nice app. if you can't afford apps such as Pro Tools or Audition, etc.
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