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Topic # 67666 6-Sep-2010 15:52
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hi there,
just looking for some software that will allow me to do the following:
import many songs
cut and overlap multiple tracks
free or paid (i dont mind)
and output the project as a file that can go on my ipod

basically i have some songs i want to play with lol


thanks very much
ps: i have tried audacity, but its weird




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  Reply # 378294 9-Sep-2010 16:44
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Look up "REAPER" mate. It's extremely light-weight (a few MB download) and cheap as chips - the discounted version (personal use) is only $40. Lots of musicians I know recommend it - some have even ditched so-called high-end DAW's for it.

It's a full multi-track recording & editing suite.  Doesn't come bundled with lots of bells & whistles, you can add them on as you go if you want... and there's lots of bells & whistles out there :)




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  Reply # 378501 10-Sep-2010 10:16
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take a look at Audacity, also free.

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  Reply # 378514 10-Sep-2010 10:49
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, i used to use fruity loops (easy sequencing software with decent effects etc) later on i also got ableton live(very powerfull program)

those two are very nice programs..id say fruity is easiest to use, not cheap though asi remember




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