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I am looking for some good recording and mixing software to use with my new Tascam Us 2000 interface on my windows 7 64 bit PC. Preferably ones what ar'nt to spicy on the pocket book! The Cubase LE 4 program that came with the interface is compatable with windows XP and Vista. Cubase 5 and 6 look good but I dont have that kind of money. I'm looking to produce CDs for a Gospel quartet.

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Almost all the major DAW's offer some kind of lite version for a cheap price. Examples are Cubase 4 LE (which I would expect to work on Win 7), or Cakewalk SONAR X1 Essential. But my recommendation goes to REAPER, a very powerful, fully featured DAW, available for a bargain price ($40 non-commercial licence, $150 full licence). It's free to try, so I'd recommend you give it a go.

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Reaper is freaking awesome! – Ananth May 25 '11 at 5:11

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