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Poll: Audio Authoring Application of the Year
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Audio Authoring Application of the Year

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The nominees are:

Audacity
Ardour
LAME
Jokosher
Rosegarden
GNUsound
ReZound
MusE
Hydrogen
LMMS

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Old 02-09-2010, 12:54 AM   #16
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Ardour!!

Been doing music production since '96 & my favorite DAW used to be Reason. Years ago, I found Ardour & have never gone back. Very mature, professional product that in my opinion is better than Pro Tools & Reason and is open source to boot! Doesnt get much better than that.

Audacity just looks cartoony & not very profesh. LMMS is #2 in my book.

TerminatorX is a good audio synthesizer which lets you "scratch" (& I use & love this program just for that!) but it's not audio *authoring* software.
I just checked out ardour and have been using and learning it for a few days now. GREAT program! I really like it! really impressive functionality! I also use reason and I have to say I dont think think that there is any program that can ever quite replace it. I dont use midi near as much as live audio but in my opinion reason 4 is still the ultimate midi work station.
 
Old 02-16-2010, 09:47 AM   #17
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Agreed about Reason 4. I use Audacity to create samples for my Reason creations though, and am looking into Ardour to record some live DJ sets. Audacity has a lot of options but is very intuitive. Kudos.
 
Old 03-22-2010, 03:59 AM   #18
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Top Top TopIt's very good
 
  


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