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Hi All

I switched to Mac couple of week ago and to be honest this is my very first mac experience, and i am loving every moment of it!

Anyway back to my original thread, in windows xp i used CoolEdit to record audio files, it had capability to record upto 4 channels. I am wonder is a software similar to CoolEdit is available on mac.

Basically I am looking for a software which will help in record wave files from an input, such as a guitar or keyboards, etc.

Thanks a lot!
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have you tried Garageband?
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Peak is good too but not free like GarageBand. Peak is similar to Cool Edit.
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Peak is good too but not free like GarageBand. Peak is similar to Cool Edit.
and garageband is only free if your computer was purchased very recently

if you are looking for something a little more advanced, check out soundtrack or even Logic Express, which will run you $200 and $300. Thats only if you really need something more than garageband. If you are serious about recording and and music, i would strongly suggest either garageband and the jampack, or soundtrack to get started.
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I use soundstudio for recording, or soundtrack works also.
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I have GARAGE BAND and would like to record music from SEEQPOD music
or from my audio files. I have used "AMADEUS PRO" and it works well but
records from the iMAC's internal microphone.(So far that's what I used.)
Amadeus Pro costs $40.

Can I use GARAGE Band to record music tracks as I have explained above?
Can I plug in a microphone to my iMac and record live music using the free
GARAGE BAND? Thanks for any reply.

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