Audacity DAW review

Audacity - the best free audio editor
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It is one of the best free audio editing software and good software when you start learning.


  • It is free
  • It comes as a multi-track audio recording and editing tool
  • Lite weight
  • Cross platform - works on Windows, Linux and Mac
  • Easy to use


  • Not comes with best of features, like adding effects and automation
  • Not as intuitive for complex editing.
  • The GUI design needs improvement.

Audacity Vs others
  • Energy XT - is one of the best cheap MIDI capable DAW. 
  • Fl studio - started out as a simple drum machine and evolved into a complete monstor for music production. Can do everything right from MIDI to Audio. But it is mainly geared towards MIDI so if you do a lot of audio recording then look elsewhere. It is a better option that Reason because it can do audio stuff nicely. 
  • Logic pro - one stop solution, very expensive does everything related to music production under the sun.
  • Adobe audition - one of the lesser used DAWs out there, MIDI support is minimal. Good for creating loops and podcasting type of stuff. Not so great for other things.
  • Reaper a small and robust DAW that can do everything but does not comes with lots of samples or presets. Is comparatively cheaper and bang for the buck.
  • Ardour is developed by School of Audio Engineering as an open source DAW to rival pro-tools. It is still in developmental stages and has to go a long way. 

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