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    The best software for MAC


    Hi, whats the best software for creating sounds in Mac OS?

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    What kind of sounds do you want to create?

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    Hmm, I think this might be another bot user - no downloads, no uploads, only a link to a travel insurance site, rather generic question (often copy and pasted from somewhere else).

    If not, then apologies!

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    Oh..
    I didn't check.
    Sorry.

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    cabled_mess wrote:
    Oh..
    I didn't check.
    Sorry.

    Once in the past I wrote out a detailed post answering someone's question only to find out it was a spam account just hoping to increase their SEO rank and traffic for their site. Since then, I always check when a new account is posting so I don't waste my time again. wink

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    Maybe bot question but I think some people want answer. I use this:
    Editor: Audacity
    DAW: Garageband (but need Jam Packs), LMMS (but no VST)
    Get sound from old software: HexFiend, Vmac Mini Emulator (with ResEdit for Class MacOS), Rezilla
    Sound Programing: LLVM and GCC (C compilers for create sound programs)

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    Bot or not, people will read this thread anyway. smile

    Audacity? Garage Band? Although these are nice for starting out and experimenting, I really, really suggest REAPER.

    http://reaper.fm/download.php

    It's a professional DAW, that can do anything and you can "test" it for free FOREVER. I have been doing it for 5 years since I was a teenager and only paid for it when I turned 23 and started making money off of my sounds. It's an amazing software with an even more amazing community. The amount of community-made scripts (that really speed up workflow), presets, helpful forum content is amazing.

    And it's 60$ when you buy it... A bargain for an amazing "underdog" DAW that's being recognized more and more in the Pro Market.

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