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post Nov 4 2012, 17:07
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i'm looking for a sound editor
when i run w98se , i was so happy to have cool edit

now i play with Audacity 2.0.2 but misses many features i like first real time effects , cool edit many years ago has them

what could i try and in case buy?

some years ago i remember steinberg wavlab was the best and soundforge was another big guy

to be honest i'm not updated about the best audio editor

might you give me some advises ?

what i don't want to install a trial that can mess up my windows 7

for example once i gave a try to dxo (program for photos) , it was featured by a hard copy protection , and when i uninstalled the trial , i had many problem with my operation system , like unknow hardware ,blue screen of death and so on

i can understand they want to protect their software ,it's right , but i would like to avoid to install trial version that can harm my operation system

thanks in advance!
and please sorry for my poor english

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post Feb 6 2013, 21:01
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Top Tip.

This product, Reaper, has become something of a sensation in recent years.

Small footprint, great community, goes like shit off a shovel, monster feature list, under constant development.

There are even people abandoning top of the range pro software such as Pro Tools to use Reaper.

You get the whole thing free for 2 months. Then it's $60. If you are really, really brassic there is nothing to stop you saving your work and re-installing.
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