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jamiesc
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Hi, my first posts here:)

Can I know whats the best audio editing software?

How about any with the lightest or least computer resources?

Thanks very much in advance.

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despoth
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For Mac the best solution is Logic. For Windows maybe Cubase.

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jamiesc
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Thanks Despoth. How about Adobe audible for windows?

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bodorobodo
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What do you mean by audio editing? Processing the audio signal or the whole thing, composing, orchestrating, sound processing?

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jamiesc
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Hi bodorobodo, yes the whole thing. What the DJ’s are using to produce remix tracks.

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bodorobodo
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That should be Traktor from Native. Also, in any DAW (Logic, Cubase, etc), many use Maschine.

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In my younger years I used Fruity Loops and Cool Edit Pro (Now named to Adobe audition).

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I like Adobe’s Creative Suite products, and I use Photoshop and Illustrator. But their other products made not so good, I guess. So that’s the reason why I use Logic instead Audition, FinalCut instead Premiere and Aperture instead Lightroom. Apple rules!

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mudi
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I use adobe audition but you can also try Sony sound forge and Mixcraft

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jamiesc
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Wow, now only I know Sony bought soundforge and adobe bought cool edit pro. I used to use both of these 2 10 years back.

So whats the best one for mixing music? For making new tracks like the DJs.

Thanks guys.

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