I reviewed the issue, having read it before and being... mildly concerned. It seems quite overblown, but if you're worried about your privacy to that level then I doubt you will find many software solutions that suit your needs. Audacity is probably still the best.
L. Johnson wrote:I'll bet Izotope is great software. I expect to get something great if I'm paying 300-1000 dollars for it. I didn't know about it until now, so I'm happy to have another recommendation in my library.
Audacity is great software too! It's also free and open-source.
Yeah, I like Audacity a lot and use it nearly every day . I love it's ability to zoom right in to a single sample. If you're interested, Sonic Visualiser is also very interesting along with the Airwindows huge range of open source VSTs.
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