Preferred audio software? Created 9 years ago2013-02-08 03:44:31 UTC by AsidRayne AsidRayne

Created 9 years ago2013-02-08 03:44:31 UTC by AsidRayne AsidRayne

Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 03:44:31 UTC Post #312515
Hey there!

Just wondering what everyone's favourite audio software is, cause i'd like to know if there are any good ones i've missed/haven't used.

My preferred is FL Studio 10.0.7, along with MASSIVE made by Native Instruments and Z3TA +2 by Cakewalk. I also have used Reason5 until i got Windows 8... cause it doesn't work on windows 8. Logic for MAC can be a real pain in the ass but MASSIVE does work with it, but i still don't like using Logic.

:3
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 05:27:41 UTC Post #312516
I muck around in FLstudio for VST's and Reaper for basic audio editing.

My producer friend urges me to use Ableton though.
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 05:38:16 UTC Post #312517
i've used ableton, the interface is uglier than my cat's litterbox. Never liked it, seeing as how i couldn't get anything to work. Never heard of Reaper, so... skitters to go google it
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 12:44:14 UTC Post #312519
I used Goldwave for audio editing back in the day, but it's pretty barebones by today's standards I'm sure.
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 12:48:19 UTC Post #312520
Goldwave, since all i do is cropping and cue points. I have plans to learn fruity Loops Studio to compose music, but i'm lazy and have yet to cbf..
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Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 13:51:09 UTC Post #312522
Goldwave, because it's the only one I really know. And it's free.
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Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 15:31:45 UTC Post #312523
I use Audacity. It's fine for most of my editings.
Striker StrikerI forgot to check the oil pressure
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 15:46:50 UTC Post #312524
Goldwave. Free & easy-to-use. Suits all my basic audio editing needs.
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Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 16:59:27 UTC Post #312525
just took a look at GoldWave and holy schnitzel that's a lot of features OvO

it may look bare, but it does however have a lot of features listed

you guys get +5 internets
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 18:20:25 UTC Post #312526
Afaik, Goldwave lacks multitracks?
Striker StrikerI forgot to check the oil pressure
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 18:23:25 UTC Post #312527
apparently...?
meh i do all my editing of sounds right in FL Studio, but i keep audacity handy just in case it needs more boost or some other effect so im not killing my processor xD
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-08 23:14:49 UTC Post #312528
My Audacity lacks extensions so I supplement it with adobe soundbooth. Everything else is FL Studio 5.

No idea what's up with newer versions of FL. Never needed to upgrade for any reason ever.
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Posted 9 years ago2013-02-09 11:37:43 UTC Post #312531
I used FL Studio before, but now I'm using Sony ACID Pro because I find it much faster and easier to work with.
Posted 9 years ago2013-02-10 02:23:06 UTC Post #312535
oh hello program =3 it looks and sounds pretty nice, might give it a whirl ^v^
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