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Free music editing software for windows xp?

Asked by eambos (8909points) June 22nd, 2008 from iPhone

My friend is looking for a program to mess with some mp3’s and midi’s. All he needs to do is add traps or cut peices out, no soloing tracks. Does anyone know a free program to do this?

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beast's avatar

Tell him to try Audacity.

XCNuse's avatar

audacity is the best.

You do have to get an MP3 encoder to save files if i remember correctly though, I can’t remember, it might have been an issue with mine i don’t recall, but yea Audacity is the best out there especially for free.

beast's avatar


I think this is the folder you are referring to.

XCNuse's avatar

yep thats the one, I happened to have the file anyway and knew I had it somewhere from another program, so it landed up working the way i wanted it to anyway.

mindstorms's avatar

A second (or third or fourth) for audacity

drhat77's avatar

audacity is what i use

Traveosa's avatar

Audacity all the way!

chutterhanban's avatar

Audacity is the way to go. My band records all of our demos through it that we use to practice with.

@ beast: don’t worry, I gave you the credit with a “Great Answer”

eambos's avatar

Beast is long gone, much to all of our pleasure. But good to know that you are fair =)

chutterhanban's avatar

who is beast and why is he/she gone?

eambos's avatar

Just be happy that you didn’t have I deal with that annoying d-bag. Check his profile.

COBx666's avatar

Guitar pro

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