nic software to record one's song

Discussion in 'Computer Forum' started by theguitaristofm, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. can u guys suggest me some good software i can download to record my songs n
    where ie in which sites i can upload them for others to listen ?????
     
  2. rizaaj

    rizaaj Forum Leader

    use Cool Edit to record your songs and upload it to SoundClick.com...
     
  3. madhura

    madhura pani poori yum yum ....

    i believe you need to buy or try cool edit, i havent tried it yet, but i guess you cant "save" your files in trial mode. if you want something free,
    try audacity, its pretty decent s/w, and is open source ......
    http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
    but i guess pro tools is the best, and i prefer it.
     
  4. dennis

    dennis The Bhangra King

    I use multiquence..from goldwave.com. Its the least complicated software out there and I recorded a lot using this software. Plug ur guitar+effects pedals into the mic-in port of ur compu and record.( U can check my recordings in the Indian Music Section)
    Pro Tools is the best one but it required a min of 384 Mbs Ram, which I dont have.
     
  5. silent_dragon

    silent_dragon Immortal guitarist

    u can go with cool edit or sonic foundry Sound Forge.Both r equally good.
     
  6. tejas

    tejas ..........

    Go for audacity. Its got all the basic stuff you need incuding effects like wah, volume swell and stuff. Try it.
     
  7. yogeshkohli

    yogeshkohli New Member

    the upgiven link for audacity isnt workin can some1 give another link
    plz
     
  8. madhura

    madhura pani poori yum yum ....

    the link works fine for me ... try again ..... thats their homepage ..... there should not be better link than that
     
  9. dennis

    dennis The Bhangra King

    does audacity have multitracking?
     
  10. madhura

    madhura pani poori yum yum ....

  11. dharmatma

    dharmatma Banned

    i actually use audacity if i want to record and dump somethin quick..
    i have audacity for mac.
    it does have multitracking.its eay to use and wont break ur head.
    but if u want to record,mix and stuff then its not the best.
    nuendo,cubase and all are a much better option....but u need to get a hang of it.
    my 2 bucks.
     
  12. sayanakaharry

    sayanakaharry Forum Leader

    Cool Edit Pro or Sound Forge are good choices.
     
  13. @yogesh link works

    thanks everyone:)
     

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