Higher end recording software for mac?

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  1. believo macrumors regular

    believo

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    I am a recent switcher and I used to do a lot of low level recording on my PC. Does anyone know the higher end recording software for macs?
     
  2. Bruce Lee, PhD macrumors member

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    you mean for digital audio? you probably want protools. if you don't want to use digidesign hardware, logic is quite good but not so easy to use. there are other options; those are the two high-end options you'll see in studios.
     
  3. pianojoe macrumors 6502

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    There is a ProTools version that doesn't rely on Digidesign hardware. It's called ProTools "FreeWheel" or something like that.
     
  4. CalfCanuck macrumors 6502a

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    BIAS Peak

    Another option for a solid, more mid-range program is BIAS Peak.

    It is a nice, fast, program that is pretty tight. The full feature version comes with some very nice batch processing features which I find very handy (one automatically creates files from Markers).

    They have a limited edition version, starting at $99, without some of the batch features.

    http://www.bias-inc.com/
     
  5. blodwyn macrumors 65816

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    What did you use on your PC? - it may be available for Mac too. Cubase and Logic are certainly available as well as Pro Tools
     

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