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    Hey guys,

    I was wondering if anybody knew of a good, fairly cheep (under $100) program for editing sets on a mac.

    I want to take say an hr long mix and break it down into individual tracks. I had acoustica for my PC and it was exactly what im looking for. Basic, easy to figure out and worked well. I downloaded a demo of wavepad but it acts all glitchy on my mac and read that other people had the same problem.

    If had the ability to fade in/fade out and some other stuff that would be great. I tried garage band but Im not sure if it has the ability to actually cut the them into different tracks and burned to a CD.

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    Audacity will do it For free**

    **minus the obvious consultancy fee of $50 to my paypal account

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    +1 on Audacity or even Garage band that comes with your mac. Might be able to find a used copy of Logic Express for close to that as well, but it's WAY more than you need probably.
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    Check out reaper. Amazing DAW FREE. PC or Mac.
    http://www.reaper.fm/
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    audacity + 1
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    So i like audacity great recommendation!

    Anyway someone could quickly explain to me how to make different tracks tho? do i have to cut each part of the mix, make a new track and paste it further down the time line? I feel like there should be an easier way of doing this.

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    Reaper looked pretty legit, but it was $150. Kinda resembled ableton at first glance actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darichard View Post
    Reaper looked pretty legit, but it was $150. Kinda resembled ableton at first glance actually.
    Actually is $40 bucks but you can use it in demo for what you want to do.
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    Nero from V9 onwards to include "Wave Editor" - track mark, RMS normalize, hiss reduction, fade in/out, stereo widening and more........

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    Figured it all out, audacity is exactly what i was looking for, thanks guys!!!

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