Few systems ever hold par with a Mac in terms of its performance, and when it comes to editing your music, let’s just say a Mac will have you sorted with these softwares you can make use of.
You may be a hobbyist or may be a professional musician, and with your passion to create good music comes a need to edit the music as well. If you’re a Mac user, this guide will help you get editing in no time.
GarageBand comes pre-installed in the new Macs. The age old software still remains one of the best to satisfy your musical needs and comes with handy plugins and tools to make editing easier. If the software isn’t pre-installed, you can download it for free here.
2. Logic Pro X
Logic Pro X is the more professional software that Apple users can avail. The software provides a seamless UI that lets you work on songwriting, editing and mixing, and comes with loads of useful tools and plugins as well. Download here for $199.99.
3. Pro Tools
If you’re a professional musician then this is what you want. Pro Tools is par with the best industry standards and can be used for mixing, editing and much more. You can use upto 128 tracks per session along with 32 inputs and over 60 plugins, and you can create an unlimited number of sessions. You can buy it here outright for $599.
4. djay Pro
For the aspiring DJ, it can’t get any better than djay Pro. Loaded with all the effects, presets and ability to sample tunes from iTunes and Spotify simultaneously, djay Pro is a real nifty asset. What’s more, the software comes at a really affordable rate as well. Buy it here, for $40.
Audacity is a simple and free software that lets you edit, cut, copy, paste or create simple mixes of your tracks. While it isn’t the most powerful, the tools come in handy for a quick edit. You can download it here, for free.