Music isn't the only use for a digital audio workstation (DAW), of course, as educators producing audio recordings and podcast products know well. My own tool of choice (listed in the 'cheap' section of this article) is Audacity. But if I were doing serious podcasting and wanted to integrate things like background music, sound effects, spots, and other audio effects, then I might be looking at the other applications. Anyhow, this article is a quick survey of DAW tools from cheap to really expensive, and gives you a five-minute lay of the land.
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