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General Sequencer from NCH Software .

Public price: free

NCH Software is offering in March about 30% off a selection of audio and video software, including their MixPad DAW.

MixPad is an affordable alternate solution to multitrack audio digital recorder apps (DAW) that could help beginners start making computer music.

The software is available on Mac OS X, Windows, iPad and Android computers and devices and allows for recording and mixing an unlimited number or tracks, insert audio files, apply effects (EQ, compressors, reverbs, etc.). It supports sample rates up to 96 kHz, export of up to 32-bit, MP3 and VST plug-ins. It ships with a sound and effect library.

The Mac and Windows version is available in two editions: Master ($99, full) and Home ($60, limited to 16 tracks and without VST support), but you can purchase them in March for the special price of $69.95 / $39.95 respectively. You can also download a free version that can not be used for commercial purposes. More info at www.nch.com.au.

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