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Free Music Making Software?

I want to make like darkcore, industrial, noize, gabber music from /scratch/. Is there any good programs or software for this? I've allready tried Audacity, ReBirth, and Hammerheads.

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  • treeB
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    You can check out trakaxPC, which we've just recently released - it's completely free (no trial/catches etc.)

    http://www.trakax.com/software/pc/

    It's simple drag and drop technology, so perfect for beginners to experiment and have fun creating music, without a steep learning curve. However, there are advanced features such

    as beat-matching, tempo shifting, pitch envelopes etc., so you can find a level to suit your capabilities. You can cut samples, remix tracks, change tempos, record in directly from your mic etc. Check out the site for a full range of reviews.

    We also provide libraries of royalty-free loops & beats that will help you in creating new and unique tracks - they're really cheap, so worth checking out:

    http://www.trakax.com/software/trakpacks/

    Good Luck with the music mixing!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    RecordForAll - http://www.recordforall.com/ was voted the best audio software for 2007

    Give RecordForAll a try you can overlay tracks and add effects etc...

    There is a free trial but it costs money if you want to use it past the trial period.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Umm attempt Krystal, it particularly is unfastened and works on homestead windows. Or in case you employ linux, Use Rosegarden and Terminator. in case you like techno you will love terminator. fairly.... purely look at my resource internet site, it has a team of stuff on it for this sort of element.

  • 1 decade ago

    not for free no. there are many good programs out there so keep looking, although you may have to pay a price.

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