What are some music editing softwares for pc?

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I make mashups on my pc (my macbook is currently being replaced cuz it broke). the 2 softwares that I used were Mixxx and Audacity. they kept crashing, not working, wouldn't let me upload tracks from my own libraries, wouldnt let me access the microphone to record, and were just not that good in general. I

I make mashups on my pc (my macbook is currently being replaced cuz it broke). the 2 softwares that I used were Mixxx and Audacity. they kept crashing, not working, wouldn't let me upload tracks from my own libraries, wouldnt let me access the microphone to record, and were just not that good in general. I either take a song or more (new and/or old) and put them into decks and mix, mash, or adjust them to make remixes. or I take my cover of a song, play it over the same track as the original so theres both me and the original artist, or I just take my own cover and create a mashup with that.

so does anybody know any music editing softwares that dont and wont shut down and crash all the time, let me upload from my iphone and sd cards and libraries such as itunes, access the microphone in my computer, and that's free??

any help would be greatly appreciated!! unless its negative, then keep it to yourself 🙂

Best Answer:

SomeDude: MAGIX Music Maker Silver: Unsure if it's free. No crashing, and lets you drag any mp3 into it. If it IS free, they'll let you have a demo, i'm only like half sure you can ignore the demo ending. Try it tho, definitely. If you want, use MAGIX Music Maker Jam for some Soundpools. Music Maker Jam Is free.

Other answer:

SomeDude:
if multiple softwares are crashing, it's probably your computer. you should run checkdisk on your C: drive to be sure. it will take a few hours, so i recommend just letting it run overnight. be sure your pc is plugged in.
click Start and type:
cmd

right click the icon, and Run As Admin. then type:
chkdsk c: /r

in the black window, and hit ENTER. type "y" at the prompt.
now restart your computer, and after the Windows logo it should start checking the drive for errors and fixing them, and recovering any damaged files. when it is done it will restart and go to Windows login.
you may need to reinstall the 2 programs.
if that doesn't fix things, be sure you have the latest Windows updates. some programs require it. also be sure your Date/Time settings are right, INCLUDING time zone. believe it or not, some programs can be real picky, especially if they check for newer versions online.
if you still can run them without crashing, let me know, and i'll see what i can do…

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