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Whatever you are using for a mic run it thought Audacity. Audacity is hard to beat. It's like vi for sound -- precise and lots of features. Try the Noise Removal function if you are in a noisy environment.
Thanks, but there is no reference as to whether it's 64 bit : )
It's gets built and installed as 64-bit if your system is 64-bit.
A SlackBuild almost always compiles the package from a source tarball. (Audacity's does, in particular). To do so it uses your systems's compilers and your system's compilation flags. That means that if you build the package on a 64-bit system, you will get a 64-bit app.
I'm inclined to think the quality of the input device is important. I cashed in some rewards points and got a Sony gamer headset. It made a significant and noticeable difference in the quality of the recordings compared to my cheapo headset from Radio Slum.