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    Does anyone know about editing/mixing music on your PC. Programmes fairly simple to use? I have Mac and PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tina Rules View Post
    Does anyone know about editing/mixing music on your PC. Programmes fairly simple to use? I have Mac and PC
    Dear Tina,
    I use Sony's Acid Music Studio 7.0. I do not know how to do even half the stuff it does, but it meets my basic needs really well, and I am currently turning something like 500 tapes over to CD... AND can do music for our shows that sounds good. I can actually run the basic stuff with very few problems!! I am no expert at this, being a techno-moron, but others here may have experience with this program and know how to tell you more. It is MUCH better than the free one I was forced to use when I first changed to Vista and needed an Acid upgrade. Can't remember the name of the program but it is a free download on the net. I'm thinking Shark or something like that.
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    A'isha

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    I use wavepad. Very easy to learn, and not expensive.

    WavePad Masters Edition

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    If you have a Mac then don't you have Garageband? This does the job

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightdancer View Post
    I use wavepad. Very easy to learn, and not expensive.

    WavePad Masters Edition
    I second this, it does a pretty nice job! And there's a free trial version for 30 days

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    Thaks a lot, ladies

    I'll check the different programmes out next week. Sooo looken'ing forward to mixing my own music for shows

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