Quote: Originally Posted by fireberd
You have to be having some other problems as I don't recall anyone else complaining about the problems you are having. Audacity is very popular and even supplied with some (low price) audio equipment. Are you using the "beta" version? which is what is recommended for Windows 7.
I have a home recording studio (with Sonar and Pro Tools) and I use Goldwave for audio editing. Goldwave is not free but is a very good and useful audio editor www.goldwave.com
Sorry, but I am not having any other problems with any other programs other than Audacity. I have a top of the line ASUS laptop with PLENTY of horse power and RAM running Win 7 Home Premium 64-bit, and Audacity bogs down, freezes and crashes all the time...
I didn't say I wanted a "free" editor--I'd pay for a good sound editing program that actually worked well on my system.