WavePad is Music and Audio Editor that allows you to create and edit voice, music and other sound recordings. You can duplicate sections of recordings and add echo, amplification, noise reduction and other effects.
WavePad vs Audacity opinions
Clear interface, efficient zoom, lots of effects and very easy to use
It costs $100 to get the features that comes with Audacity for free, and the UI is a mess.
Cannot mix more than one track
You can edit your voice, add implication and voice reduction with music and voice overs
Ocenaudio is a cross-platform, easy to use, fast and functional audio editor. It is the ideal software for people who need to edit and analyze audio files without complications. ocenaudio also has powerful features that will please more advanced users.
Ocenaudio vs Audacity opinions
It's free and multiplatform. Also it's easy to use and has a lot of features.
As opposed to Audacity's mess of a ui this is quite nice. Has all the effects I needed. Looks good even in a KDE environment.
A great alternative to Audacity, if you don't need multi-track editing.
Ocenaudio has all the editing capabilities of Audacity but wrapped in a much more streamlined, modern and intuitive interface. It's not open-source, but it's free, doesn't have ads, is also cross-platform and runs fast at native speed.
I needed to do spectral analysis of an audio file, but audacity didn't support hidpi. Ocenaudio does, and overall it is capable and pleasing to use.
Easy to use and stable. Auto noise reduction is an excellent feature not available in Audacity. But an equally missed feature is "Truncate Silence" that is found in Audacity.
Perfect for MAC users! Audacity is a WIN program adapted for mac, but is still to "win 98 style". I had troubles with the mic in audacity. Oceanaudio is very easy to use, the scrolling with the magic mouse works perfectly, it saves in so many audio formats (without putting the extension at the end, like in audacity).
Adobe Audition is an audio editing and post-production suite.
Adobe Audition vs Audacity opinions
It is less buggy. Updated interface but not open source
It has great frequency spectrum analysis features, a nice display and streamlined workflow.
MixPad is free music Music Mixer and Recording software designed for easy audio production. Mix music, vocal and audio tracks, adjust the volume, pan, fade and more with MixPad as your digital mixing desk.
MixPad vs Audacity opinions
This is NOT an audio editor
REAPER is a complete digital audio production application for Windows, Mac and Linux, offering a full multi-track audio and MIDI recording, editing, processing, mixing and mastering tool set.
Reaper vs Audacity opinions
Reaper, while beeing less ressource hungry (totaling to about 15mb portable/installed) has everything you need to start recording and mixing music.
The only thing 'missing' would be sound librarbies to use with MIDI, which most people order seperately for specific content.
Tenacity is an easy-to-use, privacy-friendly, FLOSS, cross-platform multi-track audio editor/recorder for Windows, macOS, Linux and other operating systems.
Tenacity vs Audacity opinions
It is a fork removing analytics
Has no downloadable build release for Windows
Tenacity appears to be a dead fork of Audacity.
A good alternative to Audacity as it is just a fork that removes any privacy concerns.
It is the audacity fork made after audacity was bought and started to have bullshit put in by a company.
This the fork of Audacity you've been probably looking for.
TwistedWave is a very easy to use and powerful audio editor.
It supports Audio Unit plug-ins and many file formats, including wav, aiff, caf, mp3, mp4, FLAC, Ogg/Vorbis and ambisonic sound files.
Good multichannel support. TwistedWave lets you easily add, remove or reorder chan.
TwistedWave vs Audacity opinions
you have to have a pre made file
Sound Forge Pro software efficiently and reliably provides audio editors and producers complete control over all aspects of audio editing and mastering. Whether in the studio or field, it's the ultimate all-in-one production suite for professional audio recording and...
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Welcome to the school of rock. A Mac-sized practice space. Your own recording studio. If you want to learn to play an instrument, write music, or record a song, GarageBand can help — whether you’re a rookie or a rock star.
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Cakewalk, formerly SONAR, is a comprehensive audio software for music composition, audio recording, editing, mixing and mastering. It features a full suite of high quality audio and MIDI effects and instruments and composition tools ranging from drum sequencer and piano roll...