What software we can use in order to combine sounds from different programs?

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    I was wonderin then if you know some software program/s that we can use in order for us to combine the different sound file we’ve got making it into one sound file. :rolleyes: o_O

    I mean, for example….I have one music I like in my iTune compilation and then I’d like to add some nature sounds from Atmosphere Deluxe program and I also like to add more to it from another sound source program and etc…to make a unique personalized music. :cool:
     
  2. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    Hi sweater,

    Sounds like you want to mix tracks of different audio sounds. I would google for: "audio mixing software" or something similar.

    -- Tom
     
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    A good one :thumb: :thumb:
     
  5. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    In Linux with KDE, you can try KMix.
    Mrk
     
  6. iceni60

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    there are loads of audacity tutorials. here's a short screencast showing how to put sounds together.
    http://sites.unc.edu/daniel/tutorials/audacity_samplerates_flash/

    here are some more screencasts -
    http://del.icio.us/search/?setcount=25&all=screencast audacity

    here are some tutorials -
    http://del.icio.us/search/?fr=del_icio_us&p=audacity tutorial&type=all

    if you are using Linux you can use this -
    http://ardour.org/ (on ubuntu you can install it with sudo apt-get install ardour) or just use your package manager, SUSE has it. i just found this in it too, it works on windows and linux - http://mixxx.sourceforge.net/ but maybe that's more for DJing

    this is from sourceforge so should be save to use and runs on windows -
    http://www.evolvingsoftware.com/opensebj.html

    you can do a search at sourceforge for something like mixing desk or audio workstation, but auadcity is very good.
     
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