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Best FREE Sound Software?

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Sandtoss, Feb 24, 2015.

  1. Sandtoss

    Sandtoss Newbie

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    I know there's Audacity and what not but is that the best free audio software?
     
  2. Vaspar

    Vaspar Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    u can try corel video studio , it has free trial. Its quality is fair , it supports a lot of sound files variations and ratio.
     
  3. Grindelvald

    Grindelvald Junior Member

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    Why is audacity not good enough for you,If you're trying to get free one,and not trials or something like that?
    I'm asking because i'm using Audacity, so what would be the potential cons?
     
  4. Sandtoss

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    I'm not saying it isn't good enough, I just wanted to make sure I was getting the best possible haha
     
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    WavePad is the one i loved after audacity.I used it for my paranormal researches :p
     
  6. John Braun

    John Braun Newbie

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    Yeah! I love WavePad too!
     
  7. JustinKowalsky

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    I have yet to find anything better than Audacity for recording just audio. I'm sure a simple google search could result in a lot of options.
     
  8. Bluearrow

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    If you are a Linux user then there are 2 nice tools to try, Ardour and Linux MultiMedia Studio. I think last one has Windows version too.

    I don't know if there are anything better than Audacity but you can check RecordForAll, Wavosaur, Traverso-DAW which are free but bit too simple. But these are not exactly audio editors.