I didn't count on free music editing
I wanted to get the job done. But as time goes by some things change.
I recently tested some free programs
and must admit that the standard of free music editing software has
Note: As many people are actually confusing the three models
of "free" software, I've tried to clear it up in this article:
between Freeware, Shareware
and Open Source
I've made up a list of what you can expect from a free music editing
The seasoned professional will probably not change to a
free music editing software or open source program, except it would be definitely better
than anything else.
But that's not the point. You get a lot of editing power
and a perfect sound quality at 32bit/96kHz for nothing. That means a lot
more people than before can engage in sound tweaking, cutting pasting,
putting effects on it, etc...
Never before a beginner had all this power in his hands
to change sound at will for free. You can do almost anything with this
free music editing software that you could only do with a "big" sound
Not anything as smooth and some effects don't just sound
as good as with specialized plug-ins but certainly fair enough for most
Now you probably want to know which programs offer such
astounding quality for free, nothing, rien, nada....
Well here is one, that really got my attention.
A fast free music editing software that is capable of multi-track
recording for Linux, BSD, Mac OS, and Windows. Supports WAV, AIFF, Ogg,
and MP3 formats. Features include envelope editing, mixing, built-in
effects and plug-ins, all with unlimited undo.