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Psyklone

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When you're making a set and wanna copy it on your computer, which software do you use?? I've tried Cakewalk but I don't really like it.

Any suggestions?

Thanx in advance.

Psyklone
 

AshG

Member
Cakewalk is a multitrack sequencer - not the tool for the job.
You want an editor program such as Cooledit or Soundforge.
Record to one of these as a .wav file.
 
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OTIS

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by djcyclone
When you're making a set and wanna copy it on your computer, which software do you use?? I've tried Cakewalk but I don't really like it.

Any suggestions?

Thanx in advance.

Psyklone

You need a WAV editor, not a multitrack audio sequencer.

I reccomend Soundforge, or Cooledit.
 

OTIS

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by RhettD
wavelab!

Wavlab is the most accurate non-hardware reliant sound editing software out there, but when you are just recording audio into your PC, funny enough, Cool Edit does the best job because it's the easiest. I then do any editing in Soundforge.
 
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