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    Audio editing software?

    Hello fellow Hexus user's i come with a question

    I want to morph together some tracks but trying to use nero wave editor is....stressful as it just is not powerful enough! so can anyone recommend any decent software that could do this? would prefer freeware but if it is good enough (has a trial so i can try it) i would consider buying some new software as my nero 9 is getting old
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    Re: Audio editing software?

    Audacity is what I use for most audio tasks, seems pretty powerful and plenty of tutorials on the net on how to use it
    http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
    its been the go to freeware audio editor for donkeys years, is very popular.

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    Re: Audio editing software?

    Second the above - I use Audacity for pretty much everything audio-wise these days.

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    Re: Audio editing software?

    and i third it. for a free app, audacity is very good
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    Re: Audio editing software?

    Ageeed on Audacity. Tried it and likeit. But I still use my old Cooledit Pro. I did try the Adobe version (called Audition, IIRC) but can't justify the upgrade cost.

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    Re: Audio editing software?

    I've used audacity for a few simple tasks and can't fault it ;D
    +1 here

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    Re: Audio editing software?

    Audacity is great. I've also used Wavepad and Mixpad by NCH for a couple of things, they do pretty good software too .
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    Re: Audio editing software?

    JetAudio > Record as you play your audio.

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    Re: Audio editing software?

    Quote Originally Posted by OilSheikh View Post
    JetAudio > Record as you play your audio.
    Audacity does that.

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