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At 11/6/12 10:48 PM, mrray06 wrote: anybody know sum good recording programs for a reasonable price
Check out Reaper
Only $60 for a personal license. You can download the trial for free(its uncrippled). Its really quite powerful, and it is professional grade...Its the best deal out there in my opinion.
There are several cheap or even free options that can make quite a professional job. My recommendations would be:
MuLab - try the free version, then you see from there how it goes
Reaper - demo version doesn't have limitations and doesn't expire, so you can use it until you're convinced enough to buy it
Podium Free - a bit limited but as a beginner tool might be just enough
FL Studio Demo - well, doesn't save projects but still can export wav or mp3 files, so, why not try the most popular program here?
Anvil Studio - a bit dated but... well... free
Although some are way more affordable than others, I'd recommend you use these trials/demos and find one that is easy, comfortable and good for you to work with. Then save up for it! Good luck!
Peace and love,
At 11/7/12 11:57 AM, guitarmandan wrote: I'm just gonna second the seconded second about REAPER
I'm gonna fourth the third eighth for REAPER.
Though really you should try out a bunch and choose the one you like most. ^^
Rocker, Composer and World Ambassador for Foxes! I'm on Youtube. Veteran REAPER user. Click below for the song that got me 2nd place. :)