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Freeware Software Mixer: Audacity

Ran Dumb Dots...... .. .
permalink   Thu, Nov 18, 2004 @ 4:40 PM

Just tried Audacity, a free open source software mixer that works on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It seems like a good, capable option for someone (like me) who has little budget for such things. Here’s a link:

permalink   Sun, Dec 19, 2004 @ 1:11 PM
Please Please Please Use Traktion for sequencing-its free at the moment and great! look at mackie.com or on the wired competition page…
Personally audacity bites on my mac- never have quite got round its little quirks- but maybe thats just me. Saying that its free and still lives on my hard drive for emergencies!
Ran Dumb Dots...... .. .
permalink   Tue, Jan 4, 2005 @ 7:47 PM
Tried Tracktion last night, and Shoes is right - it’s good software. It is taking some time to learn, but I’m only like a couple hours in, and the second hour went much better than the first. The "Boot Camp" instructional page is definitely a good place to start if you’re inexperienced like me (here it is in case you didn’t catch it on the contest entry page: http://www.paintingbynumber... Hopefully I’ll finish my Freestyle contest entry in time - it’s the first mashup/cutup I’ve done.

Here’s another useful link to another discussion on the Home Recording bbs where they talk about Tracktion and some other audio editing software…

Djaii (as "Kyro")
permalink   Sat, Feb 26, 2005 @ 7:31 AM
I went to go download Tracktion to try it out - but it’s got a price tag associated with it now…

Any chance I could get the free one from someone who already downloaded it?? Shoes??
permalink   Sat, Aug 12, 2006 @ 1:53 PM
Well i use audacity since version 1.0 and its the best recording and mixer software i have tried