Best Audio Editing Software (3 Top Audio Editors for PC and Mac)

Best Audio Editing Software (3 Top Audio Editors for PC and Mac)

The best audio editing software for PC and Mac. A list of the 3 top audio editors for both Windows, macOS and Linux. This rundown of best DAWs covers everything from music production to waveform editing and even free audio editing software.

Included in this video are these audio editors:


Logic Pro X:

Adobe Audition:


▶ ◀ 🎙 Adobe Audition Presets! 🎧 The audio presets I use.

▶ ◀ 🎚 Learn how to master audio production. 🎤


  1. Good quick recommendations. Thanks. I’m not a music pro but I’d like to dabble in creating some tunes on my Windows box. What FREE editor/sequencer would you recommend? Where can I get FREE loops and instrument samples?

    I have Audition CC. Would you recommend using that with samples? Is there plugins that could help?

  2. Audition with midi in future would be my dream. Mike, beautiful thumbnail design for your new vids 👏🏻

  3. Mr Russell, would you be able to offer recommendations for an excellent quality, reasonably priced audio editing software for a 2018  iMac 21.5, 4K Retina, Fusion Drive to be used for mixing audio/vocals/bible stories with music for Home Schoolers and church youth. My first and current project, specifically, is the story of the prophet Daniel and his friends entering Babylon, King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, the fiery furnace as well as Daniel in the Lions Den. Thank you, Scoop

  4. I use WavePad, PC, Mac, Android & iOS. Cheap & MP3 Lossless Editing Mode. Great DeNoise quality.
    Ocenaudio is free, PC & Mac, DeNoise, LowPass are good and easy to use.

  5. I’d leave some other choices, but since you don’t ever bother actually responding and only leave hearts. it’s kind of pointless. You can just have your nice little conversations with your other YouTubers like Nick nimmons & Dumberto fake and the bunch. For someone who likes doing conferences you’re pretty crappy at communicating.

  6. I agree! Mine in order are Audition, Audacity, and Twisted Wave. I very much like TWRecorder on my iPhone. Add that to my iRig lapel mic and I have a portable studio!

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