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Good mixing software

Discussion in 'General Software' started by overclocking101, Apr 22, 2011.

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    so yeah whats a good preferably free mixing software?? im going to be mixing a bunch of music for a local band and need the best for the least.
     
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    You could try one of the older versions of Sonar which you may be able to pick up for cheap.
    Other than that there is also Cubase.

    I prefer Sonar, but only because it was more user friendly to me.
     
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    ill look into it thanks m8!
     
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    Audacity? Not sure what it all does, but it's free.
     
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    you can do almost anything with it but its much harder to learn then others
     
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    Lol I forgot about that program.

    Yes it is free and can do what you want but then again what sort of quailty are you wanting to give your band mates when it comes to the mixing.

    The two I suggested have good VST plugin support which is something you will want to look in to as well.

    VST plugins can really make a mix stand out and many of them are free.
     

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