Danny Colyer wrote:
> Tony Raven recommended:
>> I use Goldwave which is freeware. Works well and you can
>> save in a range of formats. I use it to cut CDs for the car
>> or put on the iPod. The biggest problem is being forced by
>> realaudio to record in real time.
> Unfortunately Goldwave stops working if you don't register
> after something like 10,000 commands. I used it for about a
> year (always meaning to register, honest), then decided to
> register when I started getting warnings every time I tried to
> save a file. I went to register, saw just how expensive it
> was and decided to see what else I could find.
> I now use Fleximusic. It's not as pretty as Goldwave, but it
> does everything that I ever used Goldwave for and I was able
> to register it for under a tenner:
I use ALL2WAV. It's free but only records to wav format - fine for CDs. I'm
sure there is something out there that could convert from wav to other
1x1 wheel, 3x2 wheels & 1x3 wheels.