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10 Best Audacity Alternatives for Audio Recording and Editing

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  1. Audacity is a free and open-source audio production software suite that includes a surprising array of editing tools and recording systems.

    Recorded podcast and one person is loud and another quiet -... about about 9 hours ago

    You can try normalising the audio. I recommend using Audacity.
  2. This audio editing software is a full-featured professional audio and music editor for Windows and Mac.

  3. Ocenaudio is a cross-platform, easy to use, fast and functional audio editor.

    Audacity 3.0.0 about about 2 months ago:

    Audacity is a great project and I’m very glad it exists. Personally I only need pretty basic wave editing and am happy with OcenAudio ( - free but closed source), it’s the closest thing I’ve found to Cool Edit 2000 (which I still think is the best wave editor ever!) and has quite a nice UI.
  4. Sound Forge Pro, free and safe download. Sound Forge Pro latest version: State-of-the-Art Professional Audio Editing Software for Desktop Computers. Sound Forge Pro is one of the most professional and well-respected pieces of audio editing softwa.

  5. WAVOSAUR is a free audio editor for Windows with VST plugins support. The program is ASIO compatible, can do loop points edition, auto-trim, noise removal.

  6. Mix, edit, and create audio content in Adobe Audition CC with a comprehensive toolset that includes multitrack, waveform, and spectral display.

  7. Audiodope is an audio editor.

  8. LPX

    Logic Pro X

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  9. Cubase is one of the world’s most powerful music creation software packages. From first idea to finished recording, Cubase helps you to make outstanding music.

    [GEAR] recording software about 12 days ago

    If you are wanting to make complete tracks the answer gets a lot more complicated. You could still go with something like Reaper but I'm going to make two recommendations for DAWs to try based on personal experience. The first I'd recommend trying is Cubase which is the DAW I currently use and have been using for a decent amount of time. I love it for a vast number of reasons but I think that Cubase is great...
  10. Record, edit, and mix on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.

    PSA: Audacity PR to add telemetry... sharing user data with... about 1 day ago:

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  11. Image-Line's FL Studio, now on it's 12th version, is a well-known music production suite and the most popular beat processor on the market, due no doubt to its longevity. Read more about FL Studio.