Sound mixer software?

reddog_2711

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I'd like to take a stab at making a promo for one of the boys daily "themes", but I've never done any audio mixing before. Buying a mic is easy, but what do you guys suggest for mixing software? :huh:

Thanks
Reddog_2711 (Shawn)





 
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You can download a free trial version of Sony Acid software from Sony's site. I think it lasts 30 days, then you have to buy it if you want to keep using it (but you won't lose anything you created if you don't buy it).
 

burky79

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I'm glad someone posted this, because I have a Mac that I use garageband on and absolutely love it.

but I am currently using my gf old dell laptop that she gave me and I was looking for a windows based program to do some mixing that is similar to GB.

thx and I'll try out Audacity, cause free = more gooder.
 

dodisman

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Ableton Live or Calkwalk Sonar
 

martianvirus

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Pay for software and not just download it for free? oh......of course I do, what was I thinking.
Now don't do something crazy. But there is a difference between downloading and free.

FYI, the OnA show uses Adobe Audition. I also know that Khem uses it.
 

sobi

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If you want the best, go with Sonar, or Cubase. Audition isn't bad either