Free Mastering Software...?
May 08, 2009 02:22 pm 1) There's no such thing as "mastering software" (no matter what the marketing guys say). Unless, of course, you're referring to authoring and PQ editors - Of which, I know of no freeware.
2) Personally? Just bringing up "easily piratable" makes my left eye twitch. If I had it my way, I'd start writing my own "cracked software" that would make people's computers explode in the middle of the night. I F'ing hate software piracy. Costs ME a fortune.
I find your post rather insulting.
May 08, 2009 02:55 pm ChemicalMan,
We don't EVER want to hear about pirated software on this site. EVER. It is against our policies and rules of conduct. Not only that, it's stealing.
There are many knowledgeable people here who would be happy to give you advice on LEGALLY PURCHASING a mastering suite of software. Better yet, we'll help you get the most of what you may already own (assuming you came about it legally).
Don't bring up pirating.
May 09, 2009 10:47 am i appologize for my previous post...
but in my searches i found something called Wavosaur, it's freeware and by the looks of it, it looks pretty promising on a budget.
May 09, 2009 07:14 pm Apology accepted. I haven't heard of Wavosaur. Perhaps I'll check it out.
May 11, 2009 07:20 am ChemicalMan
I'm new 'round these here parts, so the others can point you to previous posts -about free wav editors.
I had a quick look at the site for "Wavosaur" and because it had a number of ads - I don't know if you get advertising with it or spyware? (It still maybe good?)
Personally, I've found "Audacity" a great little free wav and mp3 editor: audacity.sourceforge.net.
May 11, 2009 07:39 am I'm an Audacity fan myself...never heard of Wavosaur...gotta Google that.
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