Sound recorder / editor?

rh100

Well-Known Member
Try http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

Used it a while back with the OU, not sure how great it is compared to other stuff but may be worth a go.
 

Jezston

Über Member
Location
London
Audacity is acceptable considering that it is free. Must say I've never heard of Wavepad before, which is interesting considering I use these kind of applications for my work.
 
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Debian

Debian

New Member
Location
West Midlands
Wavepad is pretty good and you get a lengthy free trial. After that though the licensing is expensive, would cost us about £800 to license it.
 

jazzkat

Fixed wheel fanatic.
for free you can't fault audacity.
I've used lots of wave/sound editors and its good for what it is.
I don't know wavepad though so I'm not sure what functions specifically you are after.
 
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