[klaatumail] Re: Recording Software?

I use Reaper.  There is a free version and the paid version is cheap too.  Has 
all the same bells and whistles as Protools, pretty much.
Good luck!
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From: Tree <tree@xxxxxxx>
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Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 07:33:14 
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Subject: [klaatumail] Re: Recording Software?

MixPad audio mixer might work for that.  You can use Audacity to convert
from analog to digital.
Tree

On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 7:31 AM, Eric <eric@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> OK, I know there are several people that record/edit multi-track music.
>
> I've recently pulled out my old cassette based 4-Track and am interested
> in moving to the computer based world (PC) of recording. I know Pro
> Tools is the standard, but frankly I don't want to spend that kind of
> money given that this is really just for my enjoyment.
>
> Do you guys have any suggestions/recommendations for less expensive
> alternatives?
>
> I've run across, but haven't tried n-Track yet. Has anyone had any
> experience with it?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Eric
>
>




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