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helenawaldron26

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recording software

I have tried many software such as free audio recorder, audio converter, but honestly most of them are not lossless software. Luckily I stumble upon the DRmare song recorder for Windows, it is the only software which seems to grab songs losslessly by using the thread recording technology.

https://www.drmare.com/audio-capture-for-win/

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recording software

I have tried many software such as free audio recorder, audio converter, but honestly most of them are not lossless software. Luckily I stumble upon the DRmare song recorder for Windows, it is the only software which seems to grab songs losslessly by using the thread recording technology.

https://www.drmare.com/audio-capture-for-win/

bbriant

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Hi

Presonus do a free version of Studio one 4 prime which will record upto the capabilities of your imput IE: mp3 to 192 lossless.

just go to there website you may have to register I cant remember they have 3 versions one is Prime just click buy and they bill you nothing.

I used it when I first started recording?

hope this helps

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Hi

Presonus do a free version of Studio one 4 prime which will record upto the capabilities of your imput IE: mp3 to 192 lossless.

just go to there website you may have to register I cant remember they have 3 versions one is Prime just click buy and they bill you nothing.

I used it when I first started recording?

hope this helps

Igittar

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Thumbs up for Presonus Studio One Professional v4. I use it with Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 mainly.

I need more time!

https://www.kompoz.com/music/artist/Potzblitz

https://m2k1.de

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Thumbs up for Presonus Studio One Professional v4. I use it with Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 mainly.

I need more time!

https://www.kompoz.com/music/artist/Potzblitz

https://m2k1.de

nionsomnia

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FL STUDIO. This works for now!

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FL STUDIO. This works for now!

Dave-H

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I am not ready to record yet, but I have edited tracks togehter using Audacity. Audacity is free, cross platform, open source software. it is powerful, but relatively easy to use software. As a linux geek, I have tried a few other programs. If you have some experience as an audio engineer, You might give Ardour a look. Ardour is also free and cross platform, but to get the most out of it, you will need some engineer's chops. It is very powerful but the user interface is geared toward an audio professional.

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I am not ready to record yet, but I have edited tracks togehter using Audacity. Audacity is free, cross platform, open source software. it is powerful, but relatively easy to use software. As a linux geek, I have tried a few other programs. If you have some experience as an audio engineer, You might give Ardour a look. Ardour is also free and cross platform, but to get the most out of it, you will need some engineer's chops. It is very powerful but the user interface is geared toward an audio professional.

eldoprezidento14

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i use Audacity for recording and Ardour to use Drum Vst

i make Midi for drums in TuxGuitar

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i use Audacity for recording and Ardour to use Drum Vst

i make Midi for drums in TuxGuitar

gillcar

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Audacity on Linux...

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Audacity on Linux...

bainbridgemusic

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Originally Posted by: nionsomnia

FL STUDIO. This works for now!



I got started with FL studio and got really confused when trying to multi track but I am a total newbie at recording.

Thinking about cutting my losses and starting up with protools[/p]

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Originally Posted by: nionsomnia

FL STUDIO. This works for now!



I got started with FL studio and got really confused when trying to multi track but I am a total newbie at recording.

Thinking about cutting my losses and starting up with protools[/p]

fuzzb0x

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Originally Posted by: bainbridgemusic
Originally Posted by: nionsomnia

FL STUDIO. This works for now!



I got started with FL studio and got really confused when trying to multi track but I am a total newbie at recording.

Thinking about cutting my losses and starting up with protools

Give Reaper a try first, it's got a full access free trial and does everything protools will do at a much better price and YouTube has hundreds of video tutorials on how to use it.

#39

Originally Posted by: bainbridgemusic
Originally Posted by: nionsomnia

FL STUDIO. This works for now!



I got started with FL studio and got really confused when trying to multi track but I am a total newbie at recording.

Thinking about cutting my losses and starting up with protools

Give Reaper a try first, it's got a full access free trial and does everything protools will do at a much better price and YouTube has hundreds of video tutorials on how to use it.

PlayerUno

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Joined: 01/11/19

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I use FL Studio. High learning curve.

My intentions are being my own act and producer, the guitar playing came a bit later. So I hope I can enjoy turning my real guitar skills I am learning into other skills too. I am still beginner level on both fronts, taking it slow and enjoying it.

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I use FL Studio. High learning curve.

My intentions are being my own act and producer, the guitar playing came a bit later. So I hope I can enjoy turning my real guitar skills I am learning into other skills too. I am still beginner level on both fronts, taking it slow and enjoying it.