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Recommended software

PeteMarko

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1. Audacity
Audacity is a free and open-source audio production software suite that includes a surprising array of editing tools and recording systems. You can easily record any sound playing through your computer, so audio found online can be captured in an instant.

2. GarageBand
GarageBand is a powerful, but easy to use, digital audio workstation (or DAW) used for music production. The software is a free addition to the suite of programs that come stock with your Mac computer, and is designed to flawlessly run on MacOS platforms.

3. Ardour
Ardour is a digital recording software designed to record, edit, and mix. The software takes the input from a recording device like a microphone and allows the product to be altered until the person mixing and editing is satisfied with the sound.

4. Reason
Reason is a program that you can use to create music.

5. Ableton Live
Ableton makes Push and Live, hardware and software for music production, creation and performance. Ableton´s products are made to inspire creative music -making.

6. Cubase
Cubase is a a powerful digital audio workstation (DAW) that is used by many professional music producers and artists. This DAW is now in its 9th version and is developed by Steinberg.

7. GoldWave
GoldWave. Digital Audio Editing Software. Record • Restore • Convert • Analyze. Fully loaded to do everything from the simplest recording and editing to the most sophisticated audio processing, restoration, enhancements, analysis, and conversions.

8. Sound Forge
Precise audio editing, innovative workflows and the latest technology has made SOUND FORGE the first choice for artists, producers, and sound and mastering engineers for over two decades.

9. WavePad
This audio editing software is a full-featured professional audio and music editor for Windows and Mac. It lets you record and edit music, voice and other audio recordings.

10. Bitwig Studio
Bitwig Studio is a multi-platform music-creation system for production, performance and DJing, with a focus on flexible editing tools and a super-fast workflow.

11. Studio One
Studio One raises the bar for music production software. Developed by PreSonus, this platform has been used by both professional and amateur artists to make live and studio recordings.

12. FL Studio
Image-Line's FL Studio, now on it's 12th version, is a well-known music production suite and the most popular beat processor on the market, due no doubt to its longevity.
 

Flint

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I love Reaper, you can use the trial version for as long as you like. If you want to keep it you would need to pay for any major updates, but I doubt you will regret buying the product.
 

Murmur

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1. Audacity Audacity is a free and open-source audio production software suite that includes a surprising array of editing tools and recording systems. You can easily record any sound playing through your computer, so audio found online can be captured in an instant.

Audacity is a great piece of software, not as comprehensive or feature-packed as some of the more dedicated music editing software, but much can be achieved with it.
 
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