Audio programs?

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Delphina
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Audio programs?

Post by Delphina » 24-06-2006 03:01

I've been good for all my Photoshopping needs so far, but what programs do you all use for the audio puzzles? All I've gotten out of Windows Sound Recorder and my mic so far is static and feedback. :confused:

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Post by DavidM » 24-06-2006 03:53

you never need a mic! :P

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Post by frkyjenn » 24-06-2006 05:07

And google can find you more audio programs than you'd ever want/need. :D

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Post by Kisa » 24-06-2006 10:23

And 3rd: Read the FAQ about how to get Soundrecorder to you NOT the mic.

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Post by Delphina » 24-06-2006 15:16

I know, I can record directly from my sound card . Perhaps my frustrations would be better placed in Windows Sound Recorder, not the mic setup. I'm just wondering if anyone uses anything different that they'd recommend where one can edit files directly instead of recording them again. I've been Tucowsing around, and nothing seems to stand out as fitting the bill.

But if everyone else thinks Windows Sound Recorder is the best tool to use for the job, I can deal. -shrug!- Just thought there might be an equivalent for Adobe Photoshop in the audio world that I didn't know about.

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Post by Kisa » 24-06-2006 15:22

I found Goldwave quite useful, but it's shareware, not free. But the evaluation version works fine :)

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