Put a recording studio on your computer

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screenshot of Jokosher

Back in the day, if you needed to do some serious audio recording, you had to go out and rent Abbey Road Studios, or some other equally expensive venue. Fast forward to today, where your computer has the potential to turn your office or living room into a similarly equipped space, if you add the right software to your system.

Jokosher is a multitrack recording studio that lives on your computer. Starting with its easy-to-use interface, you'll be able to record your next podcast or demo record in no time. Once you've laid down your tracks, you can go back and massage them into just what you were looking for—play with the volume, move voices around, add or remove instruments, the whole thing. You can also import and export just about all regular audio formats, so you can add them to the mix or create just the right format to upload or burn to optical media.

Jokosher is available in versions for both Windows and Linux platforms.

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One Response to “Put a recording studio on your computer”

  1. Unheardtiger says:

    This program would not record live, it has some sort of midi interface, to choose instruments and existing files, it needs bug fixes, not everything is readily available, the creator made a comparison to Abbey Road Studios (not even close to the truth), but to each his own, ThunderinEdge