wats a good program to use instead of ReCycle?

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  1. BrewSer

    BrewSer New Member

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    ReCycle on my computer doesnt seem to work even though its been installed and all so im after a program to replace it with that works just as well?
    ne1 able to help me out here..........?
     
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    I'd recommend learning to use Cubase, Logic, ProTools, or whatever your sequencer is to chop up your samples.
     
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    WAVELAB...Standard!!! :boom:
     
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    M-Code Hubbidy Hibbedy

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    Phatmatik Pro does the same thing - it's a VSTi so you need to use it within a sequencer. No good if you are using a hardware sampler though.
     
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    ey im using reason but recycle doesnt work im thinkin bout tryin out the new cubase out so i need a program thats compatible with reason or cubase or both :nutkick:
     
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    Wolte Wannabe DJ

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    For cutting up samples I use Audacity only because It's free and it does the job.

    In the near future I look to investing in a copy of Peak LE for chopping my samples up.

    Audacity
    Bias Inc Peak

    It's not automated, as in it doesn't chop it up for you, but it's better than nothing.
     
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    Serum Well-Known Member

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    Sound forge or Wavelab is good for chopping

    I use recycle tho
     
  8. Mechanics

    Mechanics www.diemelproductions.com

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