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But here's a tip: if you have to build a lot, a nice digital audio interface like the Kong K1000 is a decent budget choice, and is fairly easy to set up without expensive software. Best by industry standards? Probably Pro Tools- most of the big studios use it. There are plenty of people out there that prefer Logic or Digital Performer, or some other package. If you're looking for cheapest, it's hard to beat Audacity- it's free. Personally, I like Pro Tools, and version 9 allows you to use a much wider variety of audio interfaces, traditionally a big downside of using InDesign (now Avid) software.