what you record with?

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  1. tarranjoe

    tarranjoe Active Member

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    just wondering what people use for recording mixes, is there any good free software to use?
     
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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    djhektikz Active Member

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    sony sound forge!
     
  5. ThomW

    ThomW Southsea In Full Effect

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    I use Adobe Audition... Better to use Audacity though... It's good and free.
     
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    Radius Give me back my passport u slags

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    SOund Forge, but used to used Audio CDR's ..and before that TAPES...yeh tapes (position Chrome of course)
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    David Bass Neuro-Technologist

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    i use audition...easy, but yes not freeware....


    Audacity i had trouble with :|
     
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    Treazon Myriad Abstruse

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    Neosound or Audicity normally...
     
  9. tarranjoe

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    cheers for all the advice, it was a big help :mr_cool: