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Music record software for MAC


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Can anybody here tell me where there is the MAC software available for recording songs(sing with the karaokie mp3 file) by myself on my computer? like COOLEDIT for PC.

Thanks a lot! :headphone
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Check out logic express less expensive from the Apple Store.
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Are you just looking for a simple MP3 recording program? You mention CoolEdit, so I assume you are.

Check out Audacity and Amadeus II . I've used them both and prefer Amadeus, but try them on your own.

(Mattlike, You can't link directly to a page inside the online Apple Store.)
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Thanks, Caribiner, fixed my link.
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Won't garageband do this?
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Another vote for Amadeus II. Works very well and with a lot of editing functions.

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