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Re: beginner needs help with recording

Subject: Re: beginner needs help with recording
From: "Scott Fraser" scottbfraser
Date: Sat Jun 9, 2012 9:19 am ((PDT))
<<another poster here has suggested Audacity, which is ok & free, but a bet=
ter option would be Reaper, as this has the ability for you to adjust eq & =
other processing stages while the track is playing rather than the system a=
udacity uses which doesn't allow for rolling adjustments. Reaper is a low c=
ost licence program ($60 I think) but you can 'review' it for as long as yo=
u want. >>

And I'll throw another free contender into the ring, which is PreSonus' Stu=
dio One Free. I haven't spent any considerable time with it since I have a =
pro DAW for all my serious work, but my sense of it is that it's MUCH more =
user friendly & intuitive than Audacity, which never made much sense to me.=
 Coming from the standpoint of having spent the last 12 years in daily heav=
y use of Digital Performer, I find Studio One is a user experience I can re=
adily wrap my head around. And it's free.

Scott Fraser

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